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Nanya PCB Foresees Promising Sales for 2nd Half of 2010

With market demand for electronics products surging along with big orders from Intel, Taiwan-based Nanya Printed Circuit Board Corp. (Nanya PCB), a larges-sized supplier of various PCBs, has expressed solid optimism about its sales growth in the second half of this year, Wu Chin-jen, chairman of the firm, said at an investor conference.

Wu said that his firm will see sales revenue grow quarter by quarter starting the second half of this year, partly because the market for electronic devices starts to boom due to seasonal factors, and partly because the firm has garnered a big order from Intel for flip-chip substrates needed to support the latter's mass production of next-gen 32-nano microprocessors.

Worth mentioning is that Nanya PCB has completely replaced NGK of Japan in Intel's supply chain and hence expanded its production into rear procedure for semiconductors since early this year. Hopefully, the firm, with its finished products to be totally certificated in July, is expected to enjoy an explosive shipment growth starting the second half of the year.

In addition to flip-chip substrates, the firm said that market demand for IC substrates has also picked up, helping to push up prices of the products recently, especially when downstream clients in industries of PCs, TV game consoles and smartphones have actively been engaged in development of new products to respond to increasingly strong consumer demand. The booms have somehow reduced market worries about the recent euro impact to worldwide PCB and related industries.

In fact, Nanya PCB has actually seen its business turn around along with influx of contract orders since late March, and hence posted banner sales in the past few months of the year. Therefore, the firm expects to challenge a single-month high of NT$4 billion in sales revenue in the months of the second half.

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