Taiwan exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Electronics & Computer Distribution. Location Taiwan, Kaohsiung.

Wah Lee Industrial Corporation [3010.TWTaiwan

85.7USD0.9 (-1.05%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

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About Wah Lee Industrial Corporation

Wah Lee Industrial Corporation engages in the distribution of materials and equipment for the composite material, engineering plastic, printed circuit board, semiconductor, flat panel display, touch panel, optoelectronic, and green energy industries in Taiwan. The company offers information and communication technology engineering plastic materials, such as computer house use plastic alloys; TFT LCD industry professional plastics materials and optics films; connector use plastic and alloys; surface mounting use plastic; optoelectronics use plastic; electric insulation films; medical/bio-materials food packaging materials; biodegradable plastics; and other engineering plastic. It also provides semiconductor materials, including photoresists and developers; strippers; removers; process chemical and specialty gases; CMP slurries; CMP pads; quartz/silicon/ceramics spare parts; and silicon wafers. In addition, the company offers optoelectronics, including optical transceivers; materials, control IC, and equipment for touch panels; solutions for FPD and touch panel applications; and materials, devices, and applications for LED. Further, it provides industrial materials, such as composite materials, marine engines, bullet-resistant materials, carbon fibers, high-performance fiber, friction and abrasive materials, eco-friendly refrigerants, fine chemicals, and other products; and electronics. Wah Lee Industrial Corporation was incorporated in 1968 and is headquartered in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan.

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