© Enics Electronics Production | October 22, 2012

Enics updates situation in China following demonstrations

Enics' suppliers have reopened factories in China following anti-Japanese protests in the region. The company has offered an update statement on the situation.
Updated; October 22, 2012 10:59 AM
In September this year, anti-Japanese protests in China forced the closure of several of Enics' suppliers facilities in the region. While the situation remains tense, the company said on Friday that it's suppliers have reopened its factories and two of three electronics plants.

The full statement is below:

Situation seems to have calmed down and riots are, at least for now, a thing of the past. However, relations between China and Japan remain tense.

We do not expect any impact on our supply chain at this point and asses the risk in near term to be low. Production in closed Japanese factories around China has resumed, and 2 out of 3 damaged electronics plants have re-opened. 3rd one is expected to be re-opened during October.

Enics task force continues to monitor the situation, and new updates will be issued in case of any negative developments.

Update: This article previously incorrectly referred to the reopened factories as belonging to Enics, not Enics' suppliers. The mistake has been amended.


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