PCB Maker Dynamic Denies Report It Will Sell Taiwan Plant


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Rigid-flexible PCB maker Dynamic Electronics has dismissed a recent Chinese-language report indicating the company plans to sell its factory site in Taiwan to a fellow Taiwan-based company looking to build additional new capacity for ABF (ajinomoto build-up film) substrates.

Dynamic's Taoyuan plant continues its normal operations, said the Taiwan-based company, adding that it has no plans to sell production facilities.

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