In August, Wistron has hired Thousands of new Workers for their Third iPhone Plant in Narasapura, India
In late January Patently Apple posted a report in-part titled "Supply Chain reports point to Wistron Expanding iPhone Production in India." Wistron had done some trial runs in November 2019 and their iPhone expansion will take place in their third plant in Narasapura boosting Wistron's overall production. Today more details have emerged.
A new report from India posted today claims that Wistron's third plant in Narasapura is to start production of iPhones this week and hiring had started earlier this month. The new plant could generate as many as 10,000 jobs with 2,000 already working in the plant.
More specifically, Gaurav Gupta, Principal Secretary to the Industries and Commerce Department recently told The New Indian Express that "We were told that the company will be hiring in a phased manner."
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At present, walk-in interviews are being conducted at the company site in Kolar for ITI and diploma graduates. More recruitments, including of freshers and experienced people, are expected soon. The company has already started trial production and hopefully, by September, they will start full commercial operation."