Lenovo to open big Polish PC factory
Chinese technology giant Lenovo said it will open a factory in the Legnica Special Economic Zone in Poland.
The facility will support customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, including product assembly and configuration, distribution services and logistics along with additional value-added services, such as custom imaging, asset tagging and labeling. (more info) The 30,000 square meter factory will swing into action in the third quarter of next year, and produce two million desktops a year. A thousand people will work in the factory when it’s up and running, and it’s the fifth factory and fulfillment centre Lenovo’s announced this year. The others are in Shanghai, North Carolina US, Monterrey in Mexico, and Baddi in India. (theinquirer)
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