Longwell, Apple's Taiwanese manufacturer of AC connector cables debuts on Taiwan's stock exchange on June 3.
Among other clients, the company produces cables for iBooks, iPods and IBM servers. It expects these orders to help boost revenues this year.
Founded in 1972, the company has over 5,000 employees worldwide and maintains operations in several different countries. It has seven factories in China and Taiwan covering more than 1,500,000 square feet. Longwell shares will appear on the stock exchange on June 3.
Like many firms globally, Longwell is likely to benefit from the booming iPod economy. Manufacturers, component manufacturers and peripheral vendors in the territory are profiting from the digital music gold rush.