Compeq January-April Sales Up 7% YoY


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Taiwan-based PCB maker Compeq Manufacturing Co. Ltd has posted total sales of NT$4.52 billion ($163.9 million at $1=NT$27.56) for April, almost flat from the previous month, but down by 2.4% compared to April 2020 sales of NT$4.63 billion ($167.98 million.). 

For the first four months of the year, Compeq—a manufacturer of HDI, rigid-flex PCBs, and flex PCBs—achieved total revenues of NT$17.93 billion ($650.38 million), up by 7% compared with the same period last year.

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