Samsung closes its last factory in China
The day that “Made in China” will disappear from Samsung smartphones is coming soon. The company decided to close its last plant in China before the end of this month. The factory itself is located in the Chinese province of Guangdong and began operations in December 1992.
Recall that earlier Samsung closed its factory in Tianjin, which is located in the north of China. The reason is the rapid decline in sales of South Korean smartphones in China.
Now the production of Samsung smartphones will be focused on the company's factories in India and Vietnam. In addition, the South Korean giant is actively switching to outsourcing schemes, delegating mobile phone production tasks to third-party companies.
The first smartphones produced by ODM companies were Galaxy A6s and Galaxy A10s, and by the end of the year 40 million devices manufactured under outsourcing will be shipped.
A tangible drop in demand for Samsung smartphones in China was the main reason forcing the company to decide to curtail the production of mobile phones in this country. Perhaps the doors of the factories did not close forever and the South Korean giant will resume the work of conveyors with an increase in demand for its smartphones in the Middle Kingdom.
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