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Shenzhen Foxconn catches fire: the scene blazes into the sky and responds that it will not affect production-Foxconn

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On June 2 news, according to media reports, a fire broke out at Foxconn in Guanlan, Longhua District, Shenzhen, Guangdong. The video taken at the scene shows thatShenzhen Foxconn’s fire was soaring into the sky, black smoke filled the sky, and explosions were heard from time to time. The building that caught fire was Building C11. Firefighters have rushed to the scene for disposal.

In response, Foxconn replied that a small-scale fire broke out on the roof of a building in Guanlan Park this morning, and it was quickly extinguished with the assistance of the fire department. The cause is currently under investigation, and there were no casualties in the incident, and it did not affect production in the park.

It is reported that Mission Hills Foxconn is a foundry of Apple. At the peak of Foxconn’s employment, thousands of young people enter Foxconn every day to search for gold, and generations of Apple mobile phones are being produced at Guanlan Foxconn to the world.

As the world’s largest foundry,Foxconn can continue to occupy the leading position in the foundry market and is closely related to the large number of orders provided by Apple. Apple’s flagship products iPhone, iPad and other Apple devices can all see Foxconn foundry.

With the continuous growth of Apple’s orders, Foxconn has continuously improved its foundry layout. In addition to opening factories in China, India and other regions, Foxconn has also begun to invest in Vietnam and other regions to establish new factories.

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