Taiwan CCL Firms on Track to Expand Production Capacities in China


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Taiwan-based copper-clad laminate (CCL) firms including Asia Electronic Materials (AEM), Elite Materials (EMC), Iteq and Taiflex Scientific, are on track to build additional new production capacities in China to satisfy growing demand from their local customers, according to Digitimes.

EMC and Iteq are both set to start operating their new production lines in China in the second half of 2019, while AEM and Taiflex will kick off trial runs at their new plants, followed by volume production in 2020.

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