APCB Reports Slight Uptick in 2018 Sales


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Taiwan-based multilayer and rigid-flex printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturer APCB Inc. has reported 2018 sales of NT$8.93 billion ($289.8 million), up by 2.23% from the previous year.

December sales reached NT$696.1 million ($22.59 million), down by 0.92% from December of the previous year, and down by 0.82% from the previous month.

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