Qisda Poised to Move Some Production Lines from China


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EMS provider Qisda has contingency plans for possible impacts from the US-China trade war, one of them being a shift of some production lines in China to Taiwan, according to a Digitimes report.

Qisda said it has been deploying collaborative robots to automate production lines at its factory in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan, for a few years, and can move production for customized product items each at relatively small ordered volumes from factories in China to the Taoyuan plant if these prodcuts are subject to a 25% US tariff.

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