Foxconn Electronics' February Sales Up 55% YoY PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Monday, 12 March 2012 07:45

TAIPEI -- Foxconn Electronics (the trading name of Hon Hai) reported non-consolidated February revenues rose 55% year-over-year to of NT$236.6 billion (US$7.98 billion).

Sales were down 13.9% month-over-month at the world's largest EMS/ODM company.

Foxconn is the primary supplier of iPads, iPhones and IMacs to Apple, and a major supplier of PCs to HP, Dell and other top brands. The just-released iPad 3 is expected to make up for the shortfall in coming months.

Year-to-date sales are up 51% to NT$511.2 billion.

Last week, Foxconn Technology, which includes the company's motherboard and other manufacturing arms, reported unconsolidated February sales of NT$3.99 trillion ($13.56 billion).



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