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Electronics Production | November 27, 2007

Lenovo confirms plans for PC unit in Poland

Lenovo will open a new manufacturing plant and fulfillment operations center in Legnica SEZ, Poland.
The facility will support regional EMEA customer requirements including product assembly and configuration, distribution services and logistics along with additional value-added services.

As part of its worldsourcing strategy, Lenovo is committed to using its position as a New World company to bridge emerging and developed markets with investments and employment.

The new Poland facility, which will be located in Legnica Special Economic Zone at Lower Silesia region, is expected to become operational in the third quarter of 2008. The total investment value is estimated at over $20 million USD. This includes the manufacturing facility construction, tooling, salaries, taxes and additional contributions to the local, regional and national economies.

The 30,000 square meter facility in Poland is scheduled to begin operations in August 2008 with an initial production capacity of up to five million PCs per year. Lenovo will employ approximately 1,000 people when the plant is fully operational.

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