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Foxconn's troubled India iPhone plant will take two months to get up to speed

Manufacturing has resumed at Foxconn’s Sriperumbudur, southern India iPhone plant, with a fraction of the staff working that it had when it shut down.Following Foxconn India’s announcement that it had taken “corrective actions” to address staff, government, and Apple concerns, it has begun production. The plant was closed down following worker protests on December 18, and Apple continues to keep it on probation until issues are confirmed to be resolved.According to Reuters, an anonymous Foxconn official says that the factory reopened on January 12 with one shift comprising 120 workers. The plant actually employs 17,000 workers and usually operates three separate shifts. Read more…
Source: Apple Insider News and Secrets on New Apple Products

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