ThinFlex Jan-Apr Sales Up 19% YoY


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ThinFlex Corp., a Taiwan-based provider of flexible copper clad laminates (FCCL), has reported sales of NT$970 million ($34.64 million at $1:NT$28.01) for January to April, up by nearly 19% compared to the same period last year.

For April, the company posted sales of NT$218.28 million ($7.79 million), up by 1.11% from March sales, but down by 9.8% compared to April last year.

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