Sino-American Silicon wafer sales remain flat through year-end but expansion planned

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SAS reported December, 2015 sales of NT$2,335 million (US$70 million), inline with figures reported throughout the year.

Taiwan-based wafer producer, Sino-American Silicon (SAS) sales in December, 2015 remained flat through the end of the year, due to capacity constraints.

SAS reported December, 2015 sales of NT$2,335 million (US$70 million), inline with figures reported throughout the year. 

Sales in 2015 reached around US$848.3 million, down around 4% from the previous year. 

However, wafer capacity is expected to be expanded in 2016 to meet continued strong demand. 

Green Energy Technology (GET), a close rival in Taiwan also reported strong demand and was seeking new partners to boost capacity in 2016.

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