Zhen Ding to Start Shipping Automotive PCBs in 2019


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Zhen Ding Technology is expected to begin shipments of its rigid-flex PCBs for automotive camera modules later in 2019, Digitimes reports. The PCB manufacturer will start generating revenues from the automotive electronics sector this year.

Zhen Ding has been engaged in the development of PCBs for automotive electronics applications for over three years, according to Digitimes. Rigid-flex PCBs for automotive camera modules are said to be the first automotive products Zhen Ding will kick off shipments of.

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