Unimicron Raises Capex Budget for 2019


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PCB and IC substrate supplier Unimicron Technology has decided to increase its capex budget this year by NT$2.32 billion ($75.5 million) to total NT$8.3 billion, according to a resolution passed by the company's board of directors, Digitimes reports.

Unimicron indicated the additional capex is to enhance the company's chip-scale package (CSP) substrate process capability and also acquire land for the expansion of its Huangshi factory site in central China, as well as for bottleneck issues at other production lines.

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