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Saturday, 25 September 2021

Malaysia aluminum disruption adds to global chip shortage


Digitimes Asia reports that Japanese suppliers Chemi-Con and Nichicon had to close their facilities in Malaysia because of Covid lockdowns in July and August. Even after ending the lockdowns, they've reportedly only returned to around 60 percent of their workforce, which has forced them to cap their manufacturing capacity.

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