Samsung switch production line of android smartphone from Vietnam to South Korea

is rumored to have started shifting some of their global HP production lines to a factory located in Gumi, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea.

This decision was taken by Samsung after its main factory in Vietnam and other countries experienced problems in the production process related to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Citing a report from ETnews, Wednesday (16/2/2022), Samsung has shifted their production since the end of 2021.

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Currently, Samsung’s annual production of mobile phones is around 300 million units. In which, their two factories in Bac Ninh and Tai Ninh provinces in Vietnam are the largest producers of products.

These two factories are known to account for about 60 percent of the total production of Samsung’s HP globally.

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Meanwhile, Samsung’s factory in Noida, India has a production capacity of 100 million units. Meanwhile, factories in Brazil and Indonesia adjust their production capacity to local demand.

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