Unitech Focuses More on Rigid-flex PCB


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Unitech Printed Circuit Board will be expanding its rigid-flex board portfolio for consumer electronics and automotive applications this year, while foreseeing a further slowdown in demand for handsets, Digitimes reports.

Sales generated from the consumer electronics and automotive sectors will offset further weakness in sales generated form the handset segment in 2019, the company said. As a result, Unitech will put increased focus on enhancing its rigid-flex PCB product line, which already accounts for 35% of company revenues.

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