Beyond Silicon: CEO of Next-Generation Semiconductor Materials Maker AXT Tells Wall Street Reporter His Company is in the Right Place at the Right Time
"We're in the right place at the right time; we're participating in three very robust markets that are growing at double digits," Dr. Philip C.S. Yin explains. "If we keep executing, our goal once again is to become No. 1."
The exclusive interview is now available at wallstreetreporter.com in streaming audio and mp3 format, free of charge.
Highlights include various points of interest to potential investors:
-The role of new management in eradicating historical quality concerns at the company's Beijing manufacturing facility (the world's largest), getting revenue and market share back on a positive track and restoring profitability.
-The high growth potential (18%+) of the company's three primary end markets: mobile handsets, LEDs and solar cells.
-The value of Chinese joint ventures in securing supply of gallium, germanium and other hot commodities; for an initial investment of $5 million, these ventures now generate $3 million a quarter in revenue for the company.
-How the company is at least two years ahead of any competitors looking to ramp up their production.
"We don't think they have room to expand," he tells WSR. "The market is with us. The company is back on track from a credibility standpoint. From a revenue standpoint, we doubled. We're profitable."
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About AXT Inc.
AXT designs, develops, manufactures and distributes high-performance compound and single element semiconductor substrates comprising gallium arsenide, indium phosphide and germanium.
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