Ennoconn to upgrade Foxconn factories

WAY IN: The firm said it aims to sell smart manufacturing solutions to 15 million Chinese factories and hopes break into the market by upgrading the plants of its parent, Hon Hai

Taipei Times
Date: Jun 29, 2018
By: Lisa Wang  /  Staff reporter

Ennoconn Corp (樺漢科技), an industrial computer manufacturing arm of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co (鴻海精密), yesterday said it is targeting China’s 461 billion yuan (US$69.6 billion) smart manufacturing market.

The company, which started as a traditional industrial computer manufacturer, has over the past few years expanded into the emerging field of smart manufacturing through a slew of mergers and acquisitions at home and abroad.

The New Taipei City-based company hopes to leverage the strength of Hon Hai, known as Foxconn Technology Group (富士康科技集團) outside Taiwan, to expand its reach in China by introducing smart solutions including hardware, software and services to the 38 Chinese manufacturing “campuses” operated by Foxconn, Ennoconn chairman Steve Chu (朱復銓) told investors.

Each of Foxconn’s business groups has at least 20,000 machines that need to be upgraded and provided with smart manufacturing capabilities, Chu said.

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