Foxconn reportedly looking to fully automate production at factories in China

By DigiTimes

Dec 30, 2016

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Foxconn Electronics, a manufacturer for Apple, is automating production at its factories in China in three phases, aiming to fully automate entire factories eventually, according to general manager Dai Jia-peng for Foxconn's automation technology development committee.

In the third phase, entire factories will be automated with only a minimal number of workers assigned for production, logistics, testing and inspection processes, Dai indicated.

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