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Car chip supply to increase in 2H21

With more capcity support from foundry houses, car chip vendors can now ramp up their output. Some international automotive IC vendors have notified their clients that they can expect more supplies in second-half 2021. Foundry houses have been keen on expanding production capacity. Globalfoundries has just broken ground for a 12-inch fab construction project in Singapore. In the dispaly industry, glass substrate supplier Corning is said to be reducing supply to Korean clients who are set to terminate LCD panel production despite delays.

Automotive chip suppliers gearing up for output ramp-up: International automotive IC vendors have notified customers that they can expect 30% more in shipments during the second half of 2021, as compared to previous estimations, with their delivery lead times set to be shortened substantially from the over 50 weeks previously, according to industry sources in Taiwan.

Globalfoundries breaks ground for new fab in Singapore: Globalfoundries on June 22 broke ground for a new 12-inch wafer fab at its Singapore campus, according to the pure-play foundry.

Corning to adjust glass supply among panel makers: Corning is reportedly adjusting its supply strategy amid the tight supply of display glass substrates and the structural changes of the display industry, according to sources from Taiwan's supply chain.