Compeq Reports 11.6% YoY Growth in December 2020 Sales

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Compeq Manufacturing Co. Ltd, a Taiwan-based manufacturer of printed circuit boards (PCB), including HDI, rigid-flex, and flexible PCBs, has reported unaudited sales of NT$5.59 billion ($199.8 million at $1:NT$27.99) for December 2020, up by 11.56% from the same month last year, but down by 11.3% from the previous month. 

For 2020, Compeq has posted total unaudited sales of NT$60.5 billion ($2.16 billion).



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