CCL Maker Iteq Expects Orders for 5G Infrastructure to Pull in Later in 1H19


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Copper-clad laminate (CCL) specialist Iteq expects orders for 5G infrastructure to pull in from China following the Lunar New Year holiday that ends in early February, with the orders set to start generating revenues substantially in the first half of 2019, according to Digitimes.

Iteq has reportedly cut into the supply chain of major China-based telecom equipment vendors looking to build 5G networks in China, and will start shipping its CCL products to China for 5G infrastructure later in the first quarter of 2019.

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