- Pegatron could soon set up a manufacturing plant in India.
- The company also plans to set up shops in Indonesia and Vietnam.
- The rate of expansion will apparently depend upon the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.
One of Apple’s contract manufacturers, Pegatron, will soon set up shop in India, along with two other countries like Indonesia and Vietnam. As per a report by 9to5Google, via The Financial Times, Pegatron president SJ Liao has announced that the company will expand manufacturing from China to some other countries. More information regarding the expansion plans will be doled out but as for the rate of expansion, it is said to depend on the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China. Currently, Foxconn plants are operational in India and Vietnam, but the company doesn’t yet manufacture any Apple devices here. However, a report claimed that Foxconn executives would visit India in February to talk about the company’s plans about manufacturing Apple’s flagship iPhones in the country.