The company said it has installed two DVD-R disc production lines, each costing at least NT$50 million. The company will improve production yield to increase capacity to 100,000 discs a month. Further expansion will be decided based on market demand.
The company’s board of directors will finalize plans for setting up operations in China before year-end. According to Chinese government regulations, Lead Data must make a joint investment with a mainland concern before it can establish operations there. However, the company has not ruled out acquiring a China-based company and developing products besides CD-R and DVD-R discs.