APCB November Sales Down 11% YoY


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APCB Inc., a Taiwan-based manufacturer of multilayer and flexible PCBs, and HDI boards, mostly for consumer electronics applications, as well as automotive electronics, has posted revenues of NT$701.89 million ($22.76 million) for November, down by 4.6% from the previous month, and by 10.8% from November of last year.

For January to November, the company reached total sales of NT$8.23 billion ($267 million) up by 2.5% compared with the same period last year.

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