Global technology company, Vivo, today announced that it has started manufacturing a comprehensive list of locally sourced products at its first production base in Faisalabad, Industrial Estate, Pakistan.
As one of the region’s leading brands, this Vivo holiday is the basis for such intelligent production as it strengthens its foothold around the world with a “more local, more global” strategy.
To set foot in Pakistan, Vivo has invested US 10 10 million to set up a domestic manufacturing plant in line with the “Made in Pakistan” initiative to develop the local economy and empower the local workforce. ۔
Pakistan currently has a domestic demand of 3.3 million mobile phones per month. Spread over 4 acres, the new facility has a Vivo monthly production capacity of 500,000 smartphone units.
Since 2014, Vivo has been pursuing a “more local, more global” strategy and is easily establishing its global R&D and manufacturing network.
With the exception of the newly opened production base in Pakistan, Vivo has already set up five locations in Dongguan, Chongqing, India (Greater Noida), Bangladesh (Dhaka), and Indonesia (Tangrang), worth hundreds of millions. For the scope of mass manufacturing. Modern equipment every year
This steady increase in production capacity has become necessary to secure the global supply of Vivo products and meet the demands of the international consumer.
Eric Kang, CEO of Vivo Pakistan, said that Pakistan is fast becoming an ideal location for local manufacturing hubs. “The decision to set up this local manufacturing plant in Pakistan is not only to enrich the lives of consumers with high quality, home-made technology, but also to empower the local workforce with more opportunities.”
“Vivo Benfen believes in a philosophy that encourages us to create technology for the good of society,” he added.
With 8 assembly lines, the facility is already operating in Faisalabad and has produced the first batch of ‘Made in Pakistan’ mobile phones by February 1, 2021.