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Mar 19th, 2014
Unimicron Technology plans to set up factory in central China
Taiwan-based PCB maker Unimicron Technology on March 17 announced the signing of an investment agreement with the government of Huangshi City, central China, for a plan to establish a factory of PCBs and new electronic components there.
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The agreement is in preparation for setting up the planned factory and whether to actually set up the factory will depend on future business development, Unimicron pointed out. As the cost of setting up PCB factories in coastal areas of China is on the rise and inland locations have become preferable, Unimicron indicated.

Following capital expenditure of NT$10.4 billion (US$348 million) in 2013, Unimicron has set aside a capital expenditure budget of NT$10 billion for 2014, with 70-80% to be used in IC substrate production in Taiwan and the remaining in HDI, flexible PCBs and operations of overseas subsidiaries, the company pointed out.

Unimicron holds conservative business outlook for the first quarter of 2014 and expects capacity utilization for each product line to fall to below 70%.


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