(Reuters) - Chipmaker AMS AMS.S, which supplies components to Apple AAPL.O and Samsung Electronics 005930.KS among others, on Monday raised its mid-term revenue growth target, thanks to increased customer forecasts and a higher revenue pipeline.
The company said in April it might raise mid-term revenue growth target as it expected significant ramp-ups in its consumer business in the second half of the year.
AMS said its revenue growth target for 2016-2019 would rise to a more than 40 percent compound annual growth rate and it confirmed an adjusted core profit margin target of 30 percent from 2019 onwards.
The chipmaker also said its second-quarter revenue rose 37 percent year-on-year to 181.5 million euros ($211.18 million), compared with 174-181 million euros expected by the company.
The company, whose shares have more than doubled this year in anticipation of the new iPhone, due in September, said it expects third-quarter revenue of 260-290 million euros.
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Reporting by Anna Serafin. Editing by Jane Merriman
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