Apple ‘axes Welsh iMac-maker’

Apple ‘axes Welsh iMac-maker’
July 25 11:20 2016 Print This Article

Apple ‘axes Welsh imac desktop-maker’

Apple has stopped producing iMacs in the LG Electronics plant in South Wales.

Apple’s decision to close the lid on on production in the Newport plant was reported within the Welsh national daily newspaper, the Western Mail. It isn’t known in which the European imac desktop production will depend.

Based on the report, Apple was pressing LG to reduce the price of production, but LG was adamant this might have made its operation unprofitable.

LG Electronics utilizes a couple of,000 staff at its Newport plant, 600 who were focusing on the imac desktop production line. LG told the Western Mail that Apple’s decision wouldn’t lead to job deficits, and stated the imac desktop operation was just one a part of its overall operation.

Leighton Davies, the business’s gm, stated “We’re not disappointed with this commercial decision, as Apple was just one of several clients. We arrived at a choice in line with the profit contribution the imac desktop production designed to our overall business.”

The electronics giant assembles computer systems for others, for example Packard Bell and Gateway, along with its own brand. LG only made the iMacs’ monitors on-site – other components needed to be introduced in from around the globe.

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    July 28, 11:20 #1 Abood

    Its not free

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