China FPCB (Flexible Printed Circuit Board) Industry Report, 2014-2015 – Global Market size, share, trend, growth, analysis and Research Report

Call 866-997-4948 (Us-Canada Toll Free) Tel: +1-518-618-1030 with your industry research requirements or email the details on [email protected] and China FPCB Industry Report, 2014-2015 involves the following:
1. Analysis on the FPCB Industry
2. Analysis on the FPCB Downstream Market
3. Comparison between FPCB Companies
4. Research on 22 Typical FPCB Companies and 9 FPCB Upstream
Companies
2014 was a bumper year for most FPCB companies, and the output value of the entire PCB industry reached USD12.5 billion, rising by 10.5% from the previous year. In 2015, the prices of bulk commodities (particularly the copper price) plummet, which will greatly reduce the raw material costs of PCB companies and help raise their profitability. Larger screen size of mobile phone requires larger FPCB. The FPCB market is expected to grow 8.6% in 2015 as the smartphone market can not continue its rapid growth and the tablet PC is in recession.To Download Sample Report With TOC: http://www.researchmoz.com/enquiry.php?type=sample&repid=245269In 2014, the euro, the NTD and the yen significantly devalued, while the South Korean won appreciated, which not only hit a serious blow to the competitiveness of South Korean FPCB enterprises, but minified the profit of South Korean PCB enterprises. The revenue and profit margin of all South Korean PCB companies declined, for example, Flexcom’s revenue slumped by more than 50%, the giant Interflex’s revenue dropped 33% and its operating margin turned to be the negative 14.2%, which showed the power of the currency war.
Benefiting from the currency depreciation, Taiwanese and European companies witnessed soaring profit margins. More than half of Japanese companies did not benefit from the depreciation of the yen because they set up production bases overseas, but still better than South Korean companies.
In the downstream market, the biggest change in 2014 lied in: HDD saw the first growth after three consecutive years…

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