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|Technology - Gadgets|
|Saturday, 28 July 2012 01:02|
Until recently, Nokia was the top seller of phones in the world. A few years now, the company has had a difficult time, closing offices around the world while his stock drops. Now, as part of its restructuring plan, Nokia has decided to close its factory in Salo, Finland , the last remaining operating in the country of origin of the company. So there will be no phones Nokia "homemade."
The plant produced its last phone on Wednesday, however, is not completely closed until September, when 780 people lose their jobs. According to Nokia's restructuring plans, and left aside the platform Meltemi , the company plans to let go 3,700 employees in Finland and 10,000 worldwide, in order to save costs and stay alive in a market the highly competitive mobile phone.
The factory in Salo, Finland, was the last that remained for the Finnish company in Western Europe. With closures also in Mexico and Hungary, Nokia has opted to bring production of its terminals to Asia. According to the company, these changes were made with the intention of improving its speed. Working closely with suppliers allow them to innovate faster and become more competitive.
Among the cuts of 10,000 employees is also the closure of two offices in China, although it was mentioned that Nokia would increase its investment in the region. Only time will tell whether Nokia's efforts to restructure will do any good. For now, the company continues to face new mobile giants like Google, Apple and Samsung.