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Samsung Has Finally Moved Its Display Manufacturing Factory From China To Uttar Pradesh In India



South Korean electronics giant has finally moved its display manufacturing unit from China to Noida, Uttar Pradesh as construction for the new factory is completed. According to a PTI Report, Samsung decided to move its display manufacturing facility due to more investor-friendly policies and a better industrial environment. 

Samsung Has Finally Moved Its Display Manufacturing Factory From China To Uttar Pradesh In India © Reuters

Samsung already operates the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturing plant in Noida which was opened in 2020. Now, the company is looking to combine the supply chain by moving its display manufacturing unit from China. This particular factory may manufacture displays for smartphones, TVs and monitors. 

The new plant by Samsung will further the Indian Government’s ‘Make in India’ programme and will also generate more jobs for the state and make Uttar Pradesh a manufacturing hub. Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath met a Samsung delegation on Sunday and assured all help needed in carrying out business activities in the state. Samsung’s delegation was led by CEO Ken Kang (India and South-West Asia) who met with the chief minister and brought him up to speed on the company’s business activities in the state. 

In an official release by the state government, Adityanath said investors and companies of the country and from abroad were enthusiastic about setting up manufacturing units and industries in the state. The Samsung delegation also appreciated the state government’s decision to allow nosiness activity during the COVID-19 lockdown. 

Samsung Has Finally Moved Its Display Manufacturing Factory From China To Uttar Pradesh In India © Samsung

It is worth noting that even though Samsung is a part of the mobile production linked incentive (PLI) scheme, the company is currently not participating in the scheme for the telecom sector. The company is not interested in the telecom PLC scheme at the moment as it already has enough telecom equipment manufacturing plants in South Korea, Vietnam and China. 

Samsung is currently helping Reliance Jio conduct its 5G trials in the country and since the company also works with one telecom operator, the company believes it has enough capacity to comfortably manufacture equipment Jio will require for its network rollout operations. 

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