ITEQ to Set Up New CCL Factory in China

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Copper-clad laminate (CCL) manufacturer ITEQ has announced plans to invest an additional $62.37 million to set up a new CCL plant in Jiangxi, China, seeking to expand its market share and meeting increasing demand from clients, according to a Digitimes report.

The new plant is slated for commercial production in June 2019 with a capacity of 600,000 sheets a month initially, and will ramp up to 1.2 million sheets depending on market demand.


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