FPCB Maker Ichia Reports Strong Sales in March


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Flexible PCB and chassis maker Ichia Technologies has reported consolidated revenues of NT$566 million ($18.65 million) for March, increasing by 13% from the previous month and 9% year-on-year, according to Digitimes. The company attributed the increase in sales to demand from the automotive and optical telecom sectors.

In March, sales of FPCB products totaled NT$448 million, while integrated chassis devices reached NT$123 million, Ichia said. For the first quarter of 2017, revenues totaled NT$1.474 billion, increasing 10% from a year earlier.

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