Apple supply chain disrupted by Foxconn protests and more Covid lockdowns
Violent protests have erupted at Foxconn’s iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, prompting renewed concerns over Chinese ...
Electronics manufacturer Sharp, now majority owned by Foxconn, is planning to create a separate company to handle its logistics, reports Asian Review. The move would allow management to focus on products rather than logistics. The new department will be able to draw on the expertise of Foxconn.
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