G-Tech cover glass capacity continues to grow

Date: 29 September 2011
Source: http://www.digitimes.com
Cover glass maker G-Tech Optoelectronics has said it will continue expansion of cover glass production lines, both in fourth-quarter 2011 and 2012, and that the production of 3D glass cover will be a focus in 2012.

G-Tech chairman and CEO Tony Chung said that the maker is now able to produce cover glass with yield rates compatible with major makers Lens Technology and Fuji Crystal.

G-Tech has been focusing on tempered glass and cover glass for tablet applications in 2011 and plans to tap into the handset market in the fourth quarter of the year and in 2012.

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Date: 29 September 2011
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