Silitech predicts robust growth for 2008

Silitech predicts robust growth for 2016

February 4, 2016

Silitech Technology, a handset case and keypad maker based in Taiwan, is predicting strong growth in its shipments for 2016. According to the company, they have now established a working relationship with all of the world’s top five mobile phone handset vendor.

In 2015, Silitech managed to add Nokia to its client list, who quickly became the company’s largest customer.

Nokia was added to their books in addition to Motorola, Samsung Electronics, Sony Ericsson, and LG Electronics. Nokia is to be the main driver of the company’s 2016 growth.

Silitech was the number one vendor for keypads in 2015, with a 17.8% market share. However, in terms of sales value, the company came second, behind Japan-based company Shinetsu.

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