PCB Maker Chin-Poon Sees Strong Sales in 3Q15


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Taiwan-based PCB maker Chin-Poon Industrial expects its sales to peak in the third quarter of 2015 before taking a slight downward correction in the fourth quarter, according to a Digitimes report. Chin-Poon's new plant in Taoyuan has entered volume production, and the company is stepping up its efforts to recruit workers in order to ramp up its capacity.

Meanwhile, Chin-Poon will also start ramping up the production of multilayer boards at its Thailand-based subsidiary Draco PCB Public from the third quarter of 2015. The plant will solicit more orders from clients in Southeast Asia.

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