Samsung display OLED panels’ production crosses 300-million-Equivalent to more than 68 times the height of Mt. Everest if stacked on top of each other

Samsung Display has passed the 300-million mark in cumulative production of OLED panels on January 24. Piling all of the 300 million OLED panels on top of one another would be equivalent to more than 68 times the height of Mt. Everest (8,848 m). It took four and a half years for Samsung Display to reach the 100-million level. But, thereafter, it achieved the 200-million goal in 11 months and 300 million in seven months. At present, Samsung Display commands a market share of 98 percent in the global OLED market.

Since Samsung Display broke the 200-million milestone in May 2012, it has produced 5.4 units of OLED panels per second or 470,000 units per day and broke the 300-million mark in seven months.

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