The non-audited sales revenue for connector and cable assembly manufacturer, SINBON (TSEC#:3023), in November is NT$1.309 billion which is a decrease of 6.97% over last month sales revenue of NT$1.135 billion, while it is also an increase of 15.24% over 2017 November’s revenue of NT$1.135 billion. The accumulated sales revenue for the last eleven months is NT$14.663 billion, which is an increase of 16.82% over 2017.
According to SINBON, the decrease in sales revenue in November over October is due to the influence of trade war between US and China, which caused the due date for shipment in fourth quarter rescheduling to third quarter, as well as it is an off-season for industrial application in the last quarter every year. Although the trade war between US and China has caused uncertainty in the global economic environment, the orders from customers this year have been shipped according to its demand in November. The accumulated sales revenue in the last eleven months has increased by 16.82% compared with the same period of last year and has surpassed the annual sales revenue last year. The total sales revenue in October and November is NT2.715 billion which is a growth of 20.75% over the same period of 2017.
Upon sales revenue by each product category, cable assemblies take about 71.70%, while connectors and other components/accessories take about 28.30% of total sales revenue.
Broken down by each field, the total shipments are: communication and electronic peripheral components (30.53%); industrial control related (26.60%); green energy and ecology related (23.81%); automotive (9.76%); medical and personal care devices (9.30%).