Taiwanese fingerprint sensor manufacturer Egistec has recorded strong orders for its fingerprint sensors in recent months, according to local tech media.The new orders have come from South Korea-based customers, but the firm is also looking to break into the supply chain of China's brand handset vendors in the fourth quarter, company chairman and CEO Steve Ro told DigiTimes.”Egistec is set to post sequential revenue growth through the fourth quarter of 2016, said Ro, adding that sales for the fourth quarter will register a dramatic increase that will determine whether the company is able to turn profitable”.Egistec reported net losses of NT$88 million (US$2.72 million) on consolidated revenues of NT$534 million for 2015. EPS for the year was negative at NT$1.44. The company decided not to distribute any dividend for 2015.Egistec has also revealed that its cumulative 2016 revenues through May totaled NT$324 million – a 210% jump.