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NEWS TAGGED BRIGHT LED
Wednesday 21 March 2012
Bright Led to deal out 2011 dividend in excess of EPS
Bright Led Electronics, a Taiwan-based LED packaging house, will distribute a cash dividend per share of NT$1 for 2011, 11.11% in excess of the corresponding net EPS of NT$0.90.
Thursday 1 March 2012
Taiwan LED firms to benefit from China subsidies
China's policy will not only benefit domestic LED firms, but also Taiwan-based peers, such as Delta, Bright LED and Lite-On, industry sources have noted.
Monday 20 February 2012
LED TV backlight demand pushes February capacity utilization to reach 70%, say LED firms
The inventory of TV backlights has been cleared, pushing demand to return after the Lunar New Year holidays. LED backlights for TVs have become the main force to drive up sales for...
Tuesday 10 January 2012
LED chipmakers and packaging firms suffer revenue declines in December
Affected by seasonal factors, most Taiwan-based LED chipmakers and LED packaging companies have posted declines in revenues for December, with the setbacks suffered by upstream chipmakers...
Monday 9 January 2012
Taiwan market: Government allocates NT$2 billion for LED street lamps
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) plans to have a budget up to NT$2 billion (US$66 million) to switch 326,000 units of street lamps into LED lightings. Many LED firms hope...
Thursday 8 December 2011
LED makers report mixed results for November
Taiwan-based LED makers have reported mixed results for November, with Epistar, Edison Opto, Wellypower, Bright LED, and Ledtech Optoelectronics posting sequential revenue gains for...
Monday 5 December 2011
Bright LED, Ledtech expects increasing November revenues
Despite low demand in the market, Taiwan-based LED packaging house Bright LED anticipates November revenues to reach NT$300 million (US$9.9 million). Firms such as Ledtech also anticipate...
Tuesday 11 October 2011
LED firms report disappointing third quarter revenues
Several Taiwan-based LED firms have reported falling September and third-quarter revenues showing the low season in the LED industry in the third quarter.
Monday 3 October 2011
Everlight anticipates LED lighting revenues to reach 15% of total revenues in 2012, says chairman
The continuous weak demand for LED TV backlight modules (BLUs) has been causing delayed growth in the LED market. However, according to Robert Yeh, chairman of Taiwan-based LED packaging...
Wednesday 14 September 2011
Chip One Stop stops selling Everlight LED products
Chip One Stop, a web-based electronics device marketing company in Japan, has reached an agreement with LED maker Nichia to stop selling white LED products manufactured by Taiwan-based...
Wednesday 6 July 2011
Unity Opto and Bright LED June revenues down 30% on-year
LED packaging houses Unity Opto and Bright LED both reported approximately 30% on-year decreases in June revenues. According to industry sources, demand in the TV market has been...
Friday 10 June 2011
Prices for 7W LED light bulbs may fall to US$8-10 in 2012, says Bright Led chairman
Prices for a 7W LED light bulb are likely to drop to US$8-10 in 2012, less than 20% higher than current prices for a 40W incandescent bulb, according to chairman Liao Zongren for...
Wednesday 9 February 2011
Unity Opto January revenues increase sequentially, Lite-On and Bright LED decrease
LED packager Unity Opto Technology saw January revenues increase sequentially by 4.1%, while fellow packagers Lite-On Technology and Bright LED Electronics saw their January revenues...
Monday 27 December 2010
Bright LED aims for NT$400 million in December revenues
LED chip packaging house Bright LED Electronics expects December 2010 revenues to reach NT$400 million (US$13.5 million) and up to NT$5.1 billion for the year, increasing 20% from...
Monday 1 November 2010
LED packaging houses Everlight, Harvatek, Bright LED see profit drop in 3Q10
Taiwan-based LED packaging houses Everlight Electronics, Harvatek and Bright LED Electronics saw net profit for the third quarter drop sequentially by 20%, 45% and 13.86%, respecti...