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Panel shipments fall by 23.7% in November on weaker demand and supply, reports WitsView

13 January 2009

Taipei, December 17, 2008---According to WitsView’s survey, worldwide large-size panel shipments in November reached 25.83 million units, a 23.7% MoM and 26.4% YoY decline. The shipment drop during the traditional strong season stemmed from the brand vendors’ cut back in orders, as the persisting macroeconomic woes weighed on the end market demand.

Panel prices keep falling on weak demand, says WitsView

13 January 2009

Taipei, December 9, 2008---Based on WitsView’s market survey, mainstream IT panel prices fell by 6~9% ($5-6) in 1HDec, while TVs dropped by 5-10% (about $10-30). Due to the lack of a strong local brand support, the utilization rates of the Taiwan and China-based panel makers have declined to historical lows, promoting them to drastically reduce their 2009 capex.

WitsView foresees panel market slowdown to persist at least until 1H09

8 December 2008

Taipei, November 6, 2008---Based on WitsView’s market survey, mainstream IT panel prices fell by 2~4% ($2-3) in 2HAug, while TVs dropped respectively by 2% (about $5-10). Faced with the sluggish end market demand, panel makers are trying to grab a slice of a market pie that is starting to show signs of shrinking.

LCD monitor shipments from both SIs and brand vendors slightly slip in October, reports WitsView

8 December 2008

Taipei, November 26, 2008---As to the result of WitsView's worldwide top 10 LCD monitor SI shipment survey in October, most of the system integrators shipment decreased, only Innolux, Samsung, LGE and Wistron MoM shipment grew. Thus, the total MoM shipment declined 3.6% in October. The result is also a signal that there is no more incentive in the end market for the hot season coming.

TPV and Samsung topped LCD monitor SI and brand shipments in September respectively, says WitsView

8 December 2008

Taipei, October 29, 2008---According to WitsView’s survey, TPV topped the list of LCD monitor SIs with 3.7 million monitor shipments. This was followed by Innolux, which shipped 2.9 million units. Coming in third was Samsung, where its own-brand business produced 1.8 million units. Qisda and LGE were respectively ranked at No. 4 and No. 5, both shipping roughly 1 million units.


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