AT&S to Expand IC Substrate Production in Chongqing


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AT&S, one of the leading global manufacturers of high-end printed circuit boards (PCB), continues to expand capacities by pumping nearly €1 billion into building a new plant in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, according to a Xinhua report.

The new plant, producing integrated circuit (IC) substrates for high-performance computing modules, is intended to be built at the existing production site in the city. AT&S inked an agreement last Thursday with the administration committee of Chongqing's Liangjiang New Area on the new investment. Construction work begins immediately and the start of production is planned for the end of 2021.

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