LITEON Accelerates Global Diversified Operation, Smart Factories Implementation


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LITEON Technology announced that the second phase of its manufacturing facility in Haiphong, Vietnam, was officially inaugurated. As an overseas demonstration of LITEON towards Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing, the facility will be highly automated, digitalized and combined with advanced technologies such as big data, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things, playing a key role to manufacture networking and consumer electronics products.

“LITEON accelerates its global diversified operation sites. In addition to expanding production capacity in the United States, Mexico, Thailand, and Vietnam, we are also looking for new locations to connect various resources with R&D centers and manufacturing bases around the world, providing customers localized and integrated service with agile, flexible, and high-quality production to fulfill their needs,” said Mr. Tom Soong, Chairman of LITEON Technology.

As a pioneer in Taiwan technology industry, through continuous innovations and breakthroughs for nearly half a century, LITEON has become a world-leading provider in the field of optoelectronics and power management. In addition to actively expanding advanced high-growth area such as cloud computing, optoelectronic semiconductors, automotive electronics, 5G & AIoT, LITEON accelerates its worldwide implementation of manufacturing facilities and flexible allocation of production management, creates resilience for the supply chain, and continues to devote itself in smart factory transformation, working with global customers and suppliers ushering in the era of smart manufacturing.

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