Report: Foxconn Ups Production in North China PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 25 June 2008 08:50
SHENZHEN – Foxconn International Holdings will begin production in its Taiyuan, Shanxi and Langfang, Hebei facilities in the third quarter of this year, according to published reports, quoting a company department chief.
Foxconn intends to direct its focus on production in North China, and expects the Taiyuan and Langfang plants will have 50% more aggregate capacity than the its Shenzhen headquarters, according to the chief.
Foxconn expects to increase total production capacity 20% to 30% next year, the report said, with production at its Hungarian plant scheduled to start in August, Vietnamese production scheduled for year-end and expansion set for its Yantai, Shandong location.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 June 2008 08:50


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