A report from Korea says that LG Electronics' OLED TV sales are lower then expected. While the sales are increasing, the company expected them to grow faster, and as a result inventories are increasing. LG Display does not want to decrease its output (currently they aim to produce 600,000 panels in 2015) as this will cause panel prices to increase.
This report conflicts with an earlier report that said that LGD cannot meet the current demand for OLED TVs.
LGD's current capacity is 14,000 monthly Gen-8 substrates. LGD will expand their capacity to 34,000 monthly substrates by the end of 2015, which will enable them to produce around 1.5 million panels in 2016. If the recent report is true, it may delay LGD's expansion plans.