3CEMS' Revenue Climbed 20% in 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Monday, 18 March 2013 10:34

TAIPEI -- 3CEMS ran counter of most EMS companies in 2012 as the contract electronics assembler's revenues jumped 20% year-over-year.

Sales rose to $600 million for the calendar year, the company told CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY today.

During the year, 3CEMS added a design services operation and announced it would expand its plant in Dongguan.

3CEMS, which is the EMS arm of First International Computer, ranked 26th last year on the CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY Top 50.

 


相反大多数EMS公司在2012年三希科技,眼看着收入,比去年同期增长20

,至600亿美元为历年销售额增长,该公司电路组装

年内三希科技设计服务操作,并宣布将扩大其在东莞工厂

三希科技这是EMS第一届国际计算机手臂排名第26位,去年电路组装50强.
 

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