Apple has planted much of its manufacturing operations in India, which has resulted in 20,000 new jobs for Indians. The government earlier indicated that the PLI scheme is expected to generate 200,000 jobs over the next five years.According to new data from India, Apple’s manufacturing expansion has resulted in the creation of 20,000 employment at Foxconn and Wistron suppliers.
Many of Apple’s greatest iPhones, including the latest iPhone 12 series, are now available in India. According to reports, India’s quest to produce more goods has resulted in the creation of 20,000 employment in just the last seven months.
Apple has planted much of its manufacturing operations in India in the last few years, aided by hefty government incentives. This action item became even more prominent due to the COVID-19 outbreak, as the pandemic revealed a clear need to diversify its supply chain. According to reports, Apple’s third-largest supplier, Pegatron, has yet to begin operations in India, but their entry will result in the creation of another 6-7,000 more jobs.
The Indian government earlier indicated that the PLI scheme is expected to generate 200,000 jobs over the next five years.
However, there have been some drawbacks to the change. The company’s HR infrastructure was overburdened by the surge of new employees at Wistron’s Karnataka facility during a massive hiring effort. A backlog of unpaid salaries eventually led to a riot at the factory in December, and Apple placed the supplier on probation. The plant was only reopened in March.
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