Compeq Remains Cautious About 2019 Outlook


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PCB firm Compeq Manufacturing remains cautious about its performance this year judging from low order visibility, according to a Digitimes report.

Compeq specializes in handset PCBs, and has expanded its offerings for handsets and other mobile devices to include substrate-like PCBs and rigid-flex boards. Demand for handset applications remains sluggish, said the PCB manufacturer, adding that its outlook this year remains conservative.

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