Some Taiwan LED companies prioritized to develop LED lighting segment

Some Taiwan LED companies strengthened their development on the LED lighting segment, as LED lighting market was expected to increase about 50% in 2011 by industry sources.

Epistar estimated that the ratio of LED lighting products to its total production would grow up to 30% in 2011 from 20% in 2010, while Tekcore and Formosa Epitaxy both were expected to add ratios to 30% in 4Q10.

Also, Everlight Electronics expected the LED lighting business to reach NT$1.5 billion (US$49.78 million) in 2011, accounting for 10% of total sales, compared to 5-6% in 2010.

Meanwhile, LED packaging company Unity Opto Technology wanted to expand sales of its LED lighting products to NT$2-2.5 billion in 2011 compared to NT$1-1.1 billion projected for 2010.

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