OFilm, AAC Technologies, Lens Technology, Compal, GoerTek, and others, have made great achievements because they entered Apple's supply chain. However, once out of the chain, enterprises are often abandoned by the stock market.
GoerTek, a China-based Apple supplier, has lost a major order to produce AirPods Pro 2. Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at TF International Securities, wrote on November 9 that this development is most likely due to production issues rather than demand issues.
UGREEN, a Shenzhen-based consumer electronics company, submitted a prospectus to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on June 2 as it plans to carry out an IPO on the ChiNext.
A&T Precision Machinery Co., Ltd. (Tianjin ANT-FA), a comprehensive supplier of factory automation (FA) products, announced on Thursday its completion of round-B financing worth several hundred million yuan.
Wenext, a Chinese digital additive manufacturing solution provider, officially announced the completion of round B financing totaling $55 million.
OFilm responded to issues related to power outages at an investor interaction platform last Friday, saying that it has no great impact on the company's production and operations at present.
Chinese display panel manufacturer BOE has been reportedly listed as a supplier of high-end displays for the new iPhone 13, citing several people familiar with the matter.
Tesla released an official video showcasing the capacity of its Giga Shanghai factory with footage of robots working on the production line with almost no human oversight.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group's Taobao launched its consumer-to-manufacturer (C2M) system to bring 10 billion orders across China over the next three years.
Shanghai-based service robot manufacturer Keenon Robotics announced that it had completed its B round of financing at the end of 2019.
China's drone manufacturer DJI will provide the Finnish Defense Forces with unmanned aerial vehicles, according to local media.
The global smartphone market was saturated in 2017. China’s handset market plunged more than 10 percent and many Chinese mobile phone manufacturers, including Huawei and Xiaomi, are preparing to excavate the gold from the US market.