Aspocomp Reports Sales Growth in First Half of 2016


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A major share of Aspocomp’s net sales is generated by quick-turn deliveries and R&D series, and thus the company’s order book is short. The company seeks to systematically expand its services to cover the PCB needs of customers over the entire life cycle and thereby balance out variations in demand and the order book.

The company estimates that the pick-up in demand that started in February will continue and that the full year as a whole will be better than 2015. The company expects to grow particularly in the automotive industry, industrial electronics and different kinds of security applications. Furthermore, next-generation R&D projects are anticipated to generate growth in telecom equipment.

The company’s full-year guidance remains unchanged. In 2016, net sales are expected to grow and the operating result to be in the black. In 2015, net sales amounted to EUR 17.5 million and the operating result to EUR -1.2 million.

About Aspocomp – PCB technology company

Aspocomp develops and sells PCB manufacturing services, focusing on the end-to-end fulfillment of customers’ PCB needs. Our seasoned professionals help customers to create the most optimal PCB designs, both in terms of performance and cost. Our trimmed production lines produce the most challenging designs with the shortest lead-times in the industry. Operating as a service business, we provide one-stop access to technology solutions and competitive products for all PCB technologies.

A printed circuit board (PCB) is the principal interconnection method in electronic devices. PCBs are used for electrical interconnection and as a component assembly platform in most electronic applications. Aspocomp’s PCBs are used in many applications, such as telecommunication networks and devices, automotive electronics, security and medical systems, chipset development and industrial automation.

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