Foxconn factories evaluates install LCD TVs in the U.S.
The Chinese manufacturer Foxconn, which manufactures almost 40% of all electronics companies such as Apple, Dell or Amazon, is planning to set up factories in the U.S., where he is studying the feasibility of cities like Detroit or Los Angeles.
The company, which is the largest private employer in China with about 1,200,000 workers-would be installed with plants to Manufacture LCD TVs because it is more automated and easy to produce a more complex as Apple devices.
The founder and chairman of Foxconn, Terry Gou, recently told a public event that the company was also developing a program to train engineers in China to U.S. in manufacturing processes and product design, as well as learn some Mandarin, a plan that would be quite useful if installed in Detroit.
Link: Foxconn Reportedly Plans to set up plants in U.S. (Digitimes)Tags: foxconn, Manufacture, Manufacturers, Technology Companies