BenQ today announced November consolidated revenue for its core
business at US$ 329 million, up 16% year-on-year and down 9%
month-on-month. At the parent company level, BenQ’s October
revenue was up 17% year-on-year and 5% month-on-month reached US$
326 million, setting a historical record.
BenQ vice spokesman Mr. Alex Liou mentioned that a shortage of
components and lack of inventory resulted in sales revenue that
did not reflect market demand. Meanwhile, BenQ production lines
have been trying to make up the usual inventory levels. December
revenues are expected to be higher than that of November.