Kinsus 2Q16 Profits to Rise 48%


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IC substrate supplier Kinsus Interconnect Technology is expected to post an about 48% sequential increase in second-quarter profits, buoyed by new product rollouts by its mobile device clients.

According to Digitimes, Kinsus is involved in the supply chain for Apple's new iPhone slated for launch in September with shipments already kicking off in June. Kinsus has also ramped up shipments of flip-chip chip scale package (FC CSP) substrates for new smartphones from other vendors, the report indicated.

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