IC Substrate, PCB Makers Expect Shipments to Grow in 2H


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Taiwan's major IC substrate and PCB manufacturers have all ramped up their shipments for new mobile devices set to roll out in the second half of 2015, according to a Digitimes report.

Suppliers for Android devices including PCB manufacturers Compeq Manufacturing and Unitech Printed Circuit Board, flexible PCB (FPCB) maker Ichia Technologies and IC substrate specialist Kinsus Interconnect Technology are expected to report brisk shipments for the June-August period.

The report adds that orders from Android device makers are likely to slow down after August due to the availability of new iPhone models.

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