Foxconn Strengthens Investment in China through New Flat-Panel Factory

Company - Mohit Shah - Jan 02,2017

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foxconn strengthens investment in china through new flat panel factory


Terry Gou, Foxconn Technology Group organizer, reported plans to formulate $8.8 billion TV level board production line in the region of Guangzhou, China.

This new processing plant will be focusing on the creation of propelled fluid gem shows with developments from Sharp Corp.

While reporting the arrangement, Mr. Gou praised the assembling environment in China, which is the primary ground for the Taiwanese-based organization which makes Apple Inc’s. iPhones and several other products. His remarks came at the center of calls by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump who wishes to force 45% duties on products made in China in order to support maximum assembling in the U.S.

This statement has cleared the earlier rumors regarding Foxconn’s expansion interests in the U.S. Mr. Terry Gou’s words highlight that the company wishes to stay focused on assembling in China, where the firm enjoys a large section of its mechanical production systems.

The upcoming $8.8 billion (61 billion yuan) venture to setup the level board plant will be managed by Sakai Display Products Corp., which is for the most part acquired by Mr. Gou.  Sharp also claims a minor stake in Sakai.

In the past, Mr. Gou has occasionally gone up against more risky ventures for Foxconn under his own responsibility, as it retained the level of security for the Foxconn shareholders.

Foxconn’s new Guangzhou office will start the development in 2019 of 10.5-era 8K shows, electronic whiteboards and keen TVs, as per Foxconn, which is formally regarded as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. The venture is expected to generate an estimated revenue of 92 billion yuan.

Mr. Gou also said that he did examine India, which wants to become distinctly an intermediate for iPhone generation, but concluding that it is not an effective assembling power country as compared to China.