Xiaomi begins production in Turkey: About 2 thousand people employed
The world’s third-largest smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced that the investment of $ 30 million in the first quarter of 2021 in Turkey would start smartphone production.
According to Xiaomi releases, the company will open a factory in Avcılar, Istanbul, Turkey to be the fourth country in the world that the late production of the brand. With this investment, the brand will employ approximately 2 thousand people, both blue collar and white collar.
The factory, to be implemented in cooperation with Salcomp, will have an annual production capacity of 5 million telephones.
“We are starting production in Turkey 14 thousand square meters of factory installed on our land”
The statement given to the views Xiaomi Turkey Country Manager Usher Liu, Xiao my family as in 2019. The journey began in Turkey, said they were proud of themselves are great to bring to this point, “since us the first day embracing that Turkey’s number one smartphone brand and most popular technology “Thank you to the Turkish people who adopted it as one of their brands.”
Expressing that as Xiaomi, their most important priority is to become a local part of the region by creating added value in every region where they are located.
“Therefore, due to the fourth country Turkey will make production very happy. For us, one of the most valuable market, our work continues unabated to invest in Turkey, we hope to move always a step further. About 14 thousand square meters of land on board factory with our Turkey ‘ I would like to share our excitement about starting production “
World’s third largest smartphone manufacturer
Salcomp European Director David Chang is to provide new technologies to Turkey and Turkish manufacturer in the market said they continue to work to move a step forward, “starting to invest in us we aim to contribute to the national economy. We are happy to be signed under the greater things in this land “found the assessment.
Xiaomi, one of the world’s foremost smartphone manufacturers, is the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world with a market share of 10 percent, after Samsung (28 percent) and Apple (27 percent), according to data from State counter, an Irish based analytics company.
Xiaomimi as well as the world’s leading smartphone manufacturer Oppo and the Tecno has decided to invest in Turkey in the last month and announced that they will start production in 2021. On the other hand, the major players in the smartphone market, but also other producers, among them also is expected to announce investments to Turkey.