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Toshiba and Hitachi LCD plans down for a month

Posted on Friday, March 18 2011 @ 22:37:11 CET by


Engadget report both Toshiba and Hitachi will have to close their LCD plants in Japan's Chiba prefecture for around a month to deal with the damage caused by last week's devastating earthquake, while Panasonic isn't sure yet when its plant will be able to resume production.
Panasonic isn't sure when its plant in Chiba prefecture might resume carving up the glass sandwiches, telling Bloomberg that "there has been some damage, though not a fire or a collapse," but both Hitachi and Toshiba will reportedly halt some assembly lines for around a month to deal with damages. It's probably still too soon to talk about panel shortages -- though they seem likely soon -- but we'll let you know how things progress.



 



 

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