Nan Ya PCB Reports Slight Growth in August RevenueSeptember 18, 2023 | Nan Ya Printed Circuit Board Corp.
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Nan Ya Printed Circuit Board Corp. (Nan Ya PCB), a manufacturer of single-sided PCBs, HDI PCBs, and rigid-flex PCBs based in Taiwan, has posted unaudited sales of NT$3.37 billion ($105.52 million at $1=NT$31.97) for August 2023, up by 1.2% from the previous month, but down by 41.4% year-on-year.
For January to August 2023, Nan Ya PCB reached total sales of around NT$29.42 billion ($920.17 million), down by 28% compared with the same period last year.
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