ITEQ to Expand Presence in High-frequency CCL Segment


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Taiwan-based CCL supplier ITEQ is gearing up to expand its presence in the high-frequency and high-speed segment seeking to fulfill its long-term goal of outperforming Panasonic in market share, according to industry sources.

ITEQ's August revenues rose 4.09% on year to a record monthly high of NT$2.173 billion ($69.47 million) despite volatile market conditions, and its January-August revenues edged up 0.45% on year to NT$15.54 billion.

ITEQ Corporation is a leading manufacturer of high performance copper clad laminate materials used for the fabrication of printed circuit boards and was founded in April of 1997, maintaining its headquarters at No.17, Daluge Rd., Xinpu Township, Hsin Chu County, Taiwan.

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