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Inventec: India’s Supply Chain Has Not Taken Shape

By Pual Liu
Published: Jun 21,2016

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwanese electronics OEM manufacturer Inventec Corporation today at a shareholder’s meeting announced that the overall supply chain in India has not taken shape. Consequently, Inventec will not take an overly-actively approach in investing in India and will instead proceed in a steady manner.

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Currently, Inventec has a manufacturing base in India with a staff of approximately 100 employees. General Manager Huang Kuo-chun stated that the investment situation in India is still basically good and that it will slowly grow. Because the local industry supply chain has not yet taken shape, a step-by-step approach will be taken towards investment in India.

He explained that the local labor laws are stricter in India than in Taiwan, and they are insufficiently accommodating.

In terms of overall business, servers are still the main source of revenue for Inventec, and they are anticipating a growth rate in the double digits with clients in Mainland China as their main source of growth.

Furthermore, this year wearable devices and mobile shipments are expected to reach 70-75 million units with mobile phones accounting for 60% of all shipments. Next year’s shipments are expected to be similar to this year’s; however, the proportion of sales for mobile phones is expected to fall to 50%.

(TR/ Phil Sweeney)

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