ASE expects growth in coming quarters

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Taipei Times
Date: Jun 22, 2018
By: Lisa Wang  /  Staff reporter, in Kaohsiung

ASE Industrial Holding Co Ltd (ASE, 日月光投控) yesterday said it expects revenue to

ASE Industrial Holding chief operating officer Tien Wu yesterday attends the firm’s annual general meeting in Kaohsiung.  Photo: Hung You-fang, Taipei Times

grow this quarter and in the next two quarters, thanks to resilient demand from the communications, computer, automotive and consumer electronics sectors.

Based on the company’s capacity and components requested by customers, “we will stick to our forecast that [revenue] will grow quarter-on-quarter during the second, third and fourth quarters,” ASE chief operating officer Tien Wu (吳田玉) told reporters on the sidelines of the company’s annual general meeting in Kaohsiung.

It was the first shareholders’ meeting after the company acquired local peer Siliconware Precision Industries Co (SPIL, 矽品精密) in April.

“The seasonality is pretty much in line with that in the past, with the strongest growth in the third quarter,” Wu said. “We have a broad customer base. Overall, demand is very healthy. We hope to report good results this year.”    [FULL  STORY]

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