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Taiwanese optoelectronic market research institute Photonics Industry & Technology Development Association (PIDA) pointed out that the large-sized LCD panel production capacity ratios for Chinese manufacturers have already reached 19% of the 2015 Q4 capacity and 22% of the 2016 Q4 capacity. The 2017 Q4 capacity is expected to reach 26%, the 2018 Q4 capacity is expected to be 31%, and it is possible that the 2019 Q4 capacity will reach 36%.
The current 10.5-gen production line manufacturers in Mainland China are Boe Technology Group Co., Ltd., China Electronics Panda Crystal Corporation (CED), Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co. (CSOT), Huike Electronics Co., Ltd., and Foxconn Technology Group.
PIDA pointed out that when more 10.5-gen LCD panel production lines begin operations, 65-inch and 75-inch LCD panel princes will fall sharply, and this will stimulate the consumer market demand for large-sized televisions. As a result, a portion of 6-gen and 7-gen 75-inch LCD manufacturers' production capacity may be shifted toward the production of panels for other product applications, or they may even halt production altogether.
(TR/ Phil Sweeney)
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