Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Foxconn, Sharp and TSMC have all recently expressed interest in taking advantage of expected business-friendly policies in the US by increasing manufacturing investments in the country....Show More Summary
The plan "on the table" follows statements the Chinese Apple supplier made in December about expanding manufacturing operations into the US.
A number of key Apple suppliers are considering new facilities in the U.S., according to reports out of China. Assembler Foxconn, display maker Sharp, and chip maker TSMC are all said to be interested in taking advantage of new business incentives proposed by soon-to-be President Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Three of Apple's key suppliers -- Foxconn and its subsidiary Sharp, as well as chipmaker TSMC --?have all expressed interest in taking advantage of business-friendly incentives proposed by incoming U.S. President Donald Trump, though no commitments have been made.
iPhone assembler Foxconn and its recently-acquired display subsidiary Sharp are considering plans to build an LCD planet plant in the USA, according to a Sharp executive cited by Nikkei. more… Filed under: Apple
Amid rumors of plans to move to the United States, cut iPhone orders, and expansions to India, Foxconn today announced that it saw its first-ever annual sales decline in 2016 since it went public in 1991. The company’s decline is being blamed on “lukewarm” demand from Apple, its biggest client, according to Nikkei. more… Filed under: Apple
Foxconn has posted its first sales dip since going public in 1991. Apple, which makes up more than half of the company's total business, experienced slowing iPhone sales in 2016 due to a stagnant market.
Hon Hai Precision Industry, aka Foxconn, hasn’t experienced an annual decline in sales sent it went public in 1991, but thanks to slumping iPhone sales, the company just gave shareholders some bad news. With a total of 136.38 billion for 2016, Foxccon saw its revenues decline 2.81% from a year ago. Show More Summary
Foxconn, Apple's main assembly partner, on Tuesday declared its first-ever annual sales decline since going public in 1991, something reportedly linked to weak demand from Apple prior to the arrival of the iPhone 7.
Following a year filled with doom and gloom stories surrounding Apple and its first revenue decline in thirteen years, major iPhone supplier Foxconn Technology Group has reported its own first ever sales decline since the company went public in 1991. Show More Summary
Foxconn appears to be taking full advantage of its acquisition of Sharp as the display maker is reported to be setting up an OLED production line at an iPhone assembly factory. All of the OLED production there is said to be destinedShow More Summary
The removal came as the New York Times was reporting a story on Chinese government subsidies to iPhone manufacturer Foxconn. [ more › ]
Leading iPhone assembler Foxconn wants to use Japan’s Sharp to build its own global electronics brand. There is one major snag: In the U.S., the right to sell Sharp-brand televisions belongs to a Chinese company.
Taiwan tech-giant Foxconn plans to build an $8.8-billion factory in China, state media said Saturday, amid reports its billionaire boss is cooling off on future US investments.
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Bringing manufacturing jobs back to America might be one of the tentpoles of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, and Apple might be at least studying the feasibility of manufacturing the iPhone in the US. But Foxconn, the company that...Show More Summary
Foxconn and Sharp announced plans to build an $8.8 billion TV LCD panel factory in China, which will begin operations in 2019.
Apple's main manufacturing partner, Foxconn, is planning to eliminate human workers from its Chinese factories in three phases -- something already complete at some locations, a manager with Foxconn's Automation Technology Development Committee revealed on Friday.
Romantic images of bringing iPhone production back to the USA to create jobs were given a further blow today when Apple’s main iPhone assembler Foxconn announced that it has already deployed 40,000 robots on its production lines, and...Show More Summary