Lenovo's Mexican Computer Factory Starts ProductionFebruary 23, 2009 | Print | Comments | Category: Computing
The computer production plant in Apodaca, a city in northeastern Mexico, has formally been put into production for China's leading PC maker Lenovo.
President of Mexico Felipe Calderon and CEO of Lenovo Yang Yuanqing attended the opening ceremony. Calderon said at the ceremony that he is glad that computer giants such as Lenovo can open plants in Mexico and welcomes more foreign investors to invest in the country.
Yang revealed that the PC products manufactured in Lenovo's plant in Mexico will mainly target the North American and Latin American markets.
With a total investment of USD40 million, the new Lenovo factory will be able to produce five million units annually, providing over 1,000 direct job opportunities and over 1,000 indirect job opportunities to the local people.
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