$664K worth chips stoled by the cargo thieves

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The shortage of semiconductors, according to analysts, will not pass soon. And now Hong Kong thieves have also stolen a large batch of microcircuits in transit.

Chinese media write that in the Tuen Mun area at 15:00 on June 16, robbers stole semiconductors totaling about 644,000 rubles from the logistics company that transported them.

The assistant truck driver in the elevator was approached by three men who attacked him as soon as the elevator door closed. The victim quickly notified his colleagues, who called the police, but the thieves could not be tracked down, despite the fact that the police set up roadblocks on the main highways around the crime scene. The police are still looking for criminals.

The increase in demand compared to supply has also led to a rise in the prices of wafer and adjustment to the product mix to ensure profitability. The high demand could lead to an increase in the theft of chip cargoes and thus, foundries may need to increase their security level. In the starting of this month, a research report by market analysis firm “TrendForce Consulting” showed that the semiconductor industry has benefitted tremendously from the rising demand for a number of terminal applications, leading to an increase in their stock prices. 

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