Flexium Building 5G FPCB Antenna Modules Plant in Southern Taiwan


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Flexible PCB maker Flexium Interconnect has kicked off construction of a new plant in Kaoshiung, southern Taiwan, which will serve as the firm's 5G smart communication business operating base that may create 2,500 jobs, according to Digitimes.

Company chairman Walter Cheng said at a March 18 groundbreaking ceremony that the new plant investment in Kaohsiung Hofa Industrial Zone represents Flexium's determination to venture into the 5G smart communication technology sector. It is also meant to secure the firm's continuous growth.

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