Earthquake in Taiwan may affect semiconductor factories
According to the latest information from Taiwan's Meteorological Bureau, a 5.2-magnitude earthquake occurred at 9:56 local time on the 4th, local time. The depth of the earthquake was 10.0 kilometers. The epicenter was located 36.9 kilometers northwest of Taitung County.
According to media reports, the Taiwan semiconductor base in Hsinchu has a clear earthquake. Semiconductor factories such as TSMC, UMC, ASE Group, and SPIL, which are located in the region, may all be affected. In addition, the report also pointed out that TSMC employees said that the earthquake was clearly felt in the factory.
At present, there is no direct news report about the impact of semiconductor factories on the earthquake, and no semiconductor company issued a damage statement. SemiMedia will continue to focus on relevant news.