Foxconn’s iPhone City Plant Runs at 90% Capacity

UTC by Sanaa Sharma · 3 min read
Foxconn’s iPhone City Plant Runs at 90% Capacity
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The factory’s unflinching efforts to manufacture products will turn out to be profitable for the upcoming lunar New Year shopping season.

The Foxconn group has suddenly become a center of attraction as its iPhone plant is allegedly operating at ninety percent of capacity, even when the world is struggling with the resurgence of COVID and the increased number of victims. The news indicates the ability of Apple Inc‘s major production associate to gather enough workers in the backdrop of the latest employee upheaval.

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, which also operates as Foxconn globally, is a Taiwanese multinational electronic contract manufacturer founded in 1974 with an office in Tucheng, New Taipei City, Taiwan.

Foxconn owns a plant in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou, which is presently functioning at a capacity of ninety thousand people, similar to any normal day number, as reported by Henan Daily while citing a company’s executive Vic Wang.

According to the report, on December 30th, the factory was exporting ninety percent of its peak manufacturing products at the beginning of the year. The factory’s unflinching efforts to manufacture products will turn out to be profitable for the upcoming lunar New Year shopping season.

China suffered a pan-country COVID resurgence as the government unceremoniously dropped all the related precautions. This made plans extremely uncertain for manufacturers like Foxconn whose entire operation is centered around collecting a large number of workers to run its factories.

The latest outbreak of COVID also gave rise to some of the most oppressive COVID precautionary measures by the administration, which was significantly condemned by citizens of China. Zhengzhou, which is also known as the iPhone city, produces a large number of high-end iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max devices. It made news a month ago when several workers staged protests against the government demanding improved COVID curbs. The movement was massively supported by the people of the country and resonated with everyone suffering from the government’s aggression.

Foxconn has eased most of the regulations and offered multiple benefits to the employees and staff working in the plant.

The unwanted halt of the manufacturing business could have led to a massive loss in iPhone production before the upcoming shopping season. Apple, at one point, could have suffered a loss worth six million iPhones as a consequence of the obstruction.

On Saturday, the government-run broadcaster of the Henan region, where the plant is situated, stated that the factory was presently running at a stable number of around twenty thousand employees and that it had also smoothened its supply chain, allowing production capacity to rejuvenate.

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Sanaa is a chemistry major and a Blockchain enthusiast. As a science student, her research skills enable her to understand the intricacies of Financial Markets. She believes that Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize every industry in the world.

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