HannStar Board Steps Up Investment in Taiwan


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HannStar Board has disclosed plans to invest about NT$1.5 billion ($47.8 million) in its factory site in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan where the PCB manufacturer will build additional production lines dedicated to producing high-end products for servers, network communication, industrial PC and electric vehicle applications.

HannStar Board has in recent years expanded its offerings for non-PC applications including servers, network equipment, TVs and gaming consoles. Notebooks remain the PCB maker's largest revenue contribution in terms of application.

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