Motorola Mobility: No LayOffs Will Be There From Chinese Factory Sale

Posted on Dec 12 2012 - 10:54am by Editorial Staff


The two companies Google’s Motorola Mobility and Flextronics announced yesterday the deal that Motorola Mobility’s both Brazil and China plants acquired by Flextronics. In an interview with Sina Tech, Motorola Mobility executive Frank Meng has confirmed that the transaction will not affect any of the company’s 7,000 workers working at its Tianjin factory. Meng continued on by saying that the companies are committed for a “smooth transition” for the workers as well as employees and maintaining the same wages and benefits.

“The agreement with Flextronics is an important step forward for us in transforming our overall supply chain into a competitive advantage for Motorola Mobility. Flextronics has been our partner for many years, and their expertise and experience in manufacturing will enable us to focus on other areas of the supply chain where we can add the most value,” said Mark Randall, senior vice president, supply-chain and operations for Motorola Mobility LLC at the time of making acquisition announcement yesterday.

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