PCB Maker Dynamic to Shift Taiwan Production to China


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PCB maker Dynamic Electronics has decided to sell its factory site in northern Taiwan and shift all its production capacity there to the firm's Kunshan plant in China, according to a company statement.

Dynamic's Taiwan plant will be up for sale via an open bidding in October, as part of its efforts to boost overall operation efficiency and profitability, the statement said.

The company said the plant, contributing only 10% of revenues, has suffered operating losses over the past few years for failing to reach economies of scale.

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