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TRI Industry News - July 27, 2015

2015/07/27

industry news

July 27, 2015

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TRI Gears up for NEPCON South China 2015
TRI Marketing

TRI will premiere newest AOI, SPI, ICT and AXI solutions  at the annual NEPCON South China 2015 trade show, held on August 25-27 at Shenzhen  Convention & Exhibition Center.

With an expected turnout of over  30,000, NEPCON South China is Asia’s most important event in second half of 2015. TRI will join leading brand names in showcasing new inspection and testing solutions. At TRI’s booth, the main attraction will be brand new 3D AOI TR7700Q, along with stop-and-go AOI solutions TR7710 and TR7710DT and 3D SPI TR7007D. Rounding up the portfolio are the award winning 3D AXI series TR7600 SII with CT, which adds planar CT capability through a HW and SW upgrade, and TINY SII INLINE & Parallel ICT solutions. In 2015 TRI embraced the Industry 4.0 movement by introducing a total yield management solution, YMS 4.0.  Visit TRI’s booth C-11 to learn more.

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Link: http://www.tri.com.tw/en/news/news_detail-13-1-6--3894-1.html

A Busy Autumn for TRI
TRI Marketing

Busy Autumn season will follow after the summer break, starting with NEPCON South China and ending with Productronica 2015.

TRI Marketing team has planned the following events for Autumn 2015:

Event Date Location
NEPCON South China 2015/08/25~27  Shenzhen, China
Electronica India  2015/09/09~11 New Delhi, India
Tech Seminar Germany 2015/09/22 Schwabach, Germany
Tech Seminar Czech 2015/09/24 Pardubice, Czech Republic
Tech Seminar Hungary 2015/09/29 Budapest, Hungary
US East Workshop  TBD TBD
SMTAI Trade Show   2015/09/29-30 Rosemont, IL, USA
Productronica 2015 2015/11/10-13 Munich, Germany

For more information and updates, please visit TRI’s new website:

Link: http://www.tri.com.tw/en/calendar/list.html

New TRI Website Launched
TRI Marketing

TRI’s new interactive website has been launched on July 24, 2015, including an extended customer area, event information section and product content in 8 languages.

Please visit TRI website to learn about the latest changes.

All new information will be listed on TRI’s website:

Link: http://www.tri.com.tw 

US PCB Sales in May Declined, Orders Remain positive Year-to-date
IDC

North American PCB sales were down slightly but orders were up. The book-to-bill ratio held steady at 1.02

Total North American PCB shipments decreased 4.2 percent in May 2015 from May 2014, and year-to-date shipment growth declined to -1.8 percent. Compared to the previous month, PCB shipments were down 3.5 percent.

PCB bookings increased by 10.4 percent compared to May 2014, returning the year-to-date order growth rate to positive territory at 1.3 percent. Orders increased 0.9 percent in May compared to the previous month.

Link: http://www.ipc.org/ContentPage.aspx?Pageid=IPC-Releases-PCB-Industry-Results-for-May-2015

Pegatron to expand capacity at China-based subsidiary
Digitimes

Pegatron Technology will expand the production capacity of PegaGlobe (Kunshan), its subsidiary in eastern China, with an investment of NT$508 billion (US$16.4 million), according to the company.

In addition to the investment, Pegatron is also planning to expand the capacity of its plants in Suzhou, China in order to satisfy its clients' demand.

Pegatron is estimated to have a maximum capex of about US$300 million for 2015 and has been expanding its capacity, looking to raise its supply volume by more than 20%.

With a client's next-generation smartphone to soon enter mass production, Pegatron is looking to recruit about 40,000 workers from the end of June to October.

Pegatron has also been investing in some emerging industries such as wearables and car electronics. For 2015, Pegatron expects its revenue ratio for the first and second halves to reach 45:55, similar to the one in 2014.

Link: http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20150710PD203.html?mod=0

Foxconn plans to build 10-12 plants in India in 5 years
Digitimes

The Foxconn Group plans to establish 10-12 plants to create over one million job opportunities in India before 2020, according to chairman Terry Gou.

The rise of the domestic market and clients' demand for local production in India, including Apple, Microsoft and Xiaomai, has prompted Foxconn to consider building its production bases in the country, said sources at Taiwan's handset supply chain.

Foxconn's move also aims to strengthen its ties with local handset brands in India, including Micromax, Karbonn, Intex, Lava and Spice, which have seen their popularity continue to rise with plans to ramp up their local production.

To strengthen its presence in India, Foxconn plans to team up with local governments and businesses to set up incubators in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad to foster the development of innovative companies, said the sources.

Foxconn also plans to approach local channel operators in India, including Snapdeal, Flipkart and Adani for building up distribution systems in the country, added the sources.

Link: http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20150713PD200.html?mod=0

LG expected to close down Shanghai-based facilities, says report
Digitimes

LG Electronics may close down Shanghai-based production faciliites called LGESH following a decline in profits and increased labor costs at the facilities, according to a Korea media report.

The facilities, which were established back in August 1995, were made from joint investments from LG and the China government, with LG putting forth 70% and the China government 30%. LG started off producing digital AV products at the plant and later added surveillance cameras to its product lines.

In 2014, the plant reportedly lost over US$8 million due to an increase in production competition in the area, coupled with rising labor costs and a strengthening RMB. If LG moves forth with closing the facilities it will be the first time to do so in China, the report said.

LG is also making adjustments to other production facilities in China in order to prevent similar losses from incurring in the future, the report added.

Link: http://digitimes.com/news/a20150715PD205.html