Unimicron to Spend 60% of 2019 Capex on IC Substrates


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PCB and IC substrate supplier Unimicron Technology expects about 60% of its capex this year to be spent on IC substrate production, Digitimes reports. Unimicron has set aside a capex of approximately NT$8.3 billion ($269.2 million) for 2019, down from the NT$8.98 billion allocated last year.

Unimicron's high-end IC substrate production lines are mainly at its factory site in Taiwan, where the company will put its capex focus this year.

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