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Lenovo expands manufacturing capabilities in India

Thursday, 26 Aug 2021
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Lenovo is ramping up its local manufacturing capabilities in India across product categories like PCs, notebooks and smartphones to meet the increasing customer demand.
It is expanding in India across all business lines, including PC and smart devices, infrastructure solutions, and especially in the newly established services and solutions group.
The company has expanded its in-house PC manufacturing plant in Puducherry to include a third manufacturing line, while it has started local manufacturing of its tablet computers in partnership with Wingtech Technology in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.
In addition, smartphones for Motorola, a Lenovo group company, are now locally manufactured in partnership with Dixon Technologies at Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
They also form part of Lenovo's global manufacturing and supply chain strategy that serves customers in 180 markets from 30-plus manufacturing sites around the world, including Argentina, Brazil, China, Germany, Hungary, India, Japan, Mexico, and the US.
The Tirupati facility now produces a broad range of Lenovo tablets that meet the needs of consumers, educators and students, as well as those for specialised functions such as retail, manufacturing and healthcare.
Now, with the addition of a third production line, the facility has begun manufacturing products across Lenovo's full consumer and commercial range, including desktops, notebooks and workstations. 
The company has invested significantly in automating and digitising the facility to ensure an efficient, seamless manufacturing process. There is also a common testing area for all products and common packaging lines. With this expansion, every product will now have its own configuration and test methodology.
Motorola, a Lenovo group company, was one of the first companies to commit to the Production Linked Incentive (PLI) programme launched by the Centre. It has partnered with Dixon to manufacture nearly 100 percent of its smartphones for customers in India and has also begun exporting to selected nearby markets.
To support these local manufacturing initiatives, the company has also invested in employment and skill building, and more than 1,500 direct and indirect employees work across these three manufacturing plants currently.
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