Anderson Group aims for 20% growth in PCB drilling machine sales.
During a recent shareholders' meeting, Anderson executives declared that sales of their PCB drilling machines this year would increase by an estimated 20% over last year's 359 units to meet the plant-expansion needs of their clients. According to H.T. Sheng, chief of the group's financial department, the electronic product division is accounting for a large part of group revenues and sales of PCB drilling machines are currently remaining stable.
At the Anderson shareholders' meeting, officials also disclosed that their target for computerized numerical control (CNC) machine sales this year is an increase of 20% over last year's 238 units. Last year Anderson set up a new division to produce inkjet printers, and this year it plans to put more effort into enhancing printers' speed. The company sold 36 inkjet printers in 2012; this year, it hopes to boost sales by attending more exhibitions and signing up more agents.
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|Title Annotation:||printed circuit board|
|Publication:||The Taiwan Economic News|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jun 27, 2012|
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