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2830 le 17/2 2009 13:18
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Richtek January sales to bottom out thanks to better-than-expected orders for motherboard applications

http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20090216PD205.html

16 February 2009]


Thanks to strong orders from motherboard applications as well as rush orders from the networking, handset, notebook and display segments, IC design house Richtek Technology estimates its January sales are to represent its lowest for the year.

Investors expect Richtek's sales to reach NT$350 million (US$10.26 million) and NT$500 million in February and March, respectively, although the company indicated that order visibility is still uncertain.

Richtek: January 2008 - January 2009 revenues (NT$m)

Month
Sales
M/M
Y/Y
YTD
Y/Y

Jan-09
243
(15.9%)
(54%)
243
(54%)

Dec-08
289
(46%)
(39%)
6,842
12.4%

Nov-08
535
(24.3%)
2.4%
6,553
16.8%

Oct-08
706
(0.7%)
8.5%
6,018
18.2%

Sep-08
711
5.2%
9.5%
5,313
19.7%

Aug-08
676
4.9%
17.7%
4,602
21.4%

Jul-08
644
6.1%
25.3%
3,926
22.1%

Jun-08
607
4.7%
37.3%
3,282
21.5%

May-08
580
(0.2%)
19.6%
2,675
18.4%

Apr-08
581
3.4%
13.4%
2,095
18%

Mar-08
562
32.5%
22.6%
1,513
20%

Feb-08
424
(19.5%)
16.1%
951
18.5%

Jan-08
527
11.4%
20.5%
527
20.5%


*Figures are not consolidated
Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, February 2009






17/2 2009 13:28 le 02833



Foxconn still in control despite tight component supply

16 February 2009]


Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) is still in control of its supply volume despite recent large volumes of rush orders causing tight supply in the upstream component chain, according to company spokesperson Edmund Ding.

Better-than-expected demand has caused downstream makers to start placing rush orders, but since Foxconn has the advantage of vertical integration, the company's component supply chain is still under control.

In other news, Foxconn has declined to comment on recent rumors that its has restarted the hiring process at its plants in China.






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