Recently, Samsung has gradually closed its smartphone manufacturing facilities in China and left only one factory in Huizhou. Last month, the Korean giant also began to lay off employees in Huizhou.
Not stopping there, according to the latest information, Samsung will close its factory in Huizhou in September. Earlier, Chinese media reported that Samsung stopped hiring employees for its factory in Huizhou, China in March.
"Thanks to the company for doing everything for us, I hope everyone can find a suitable job, try! Come on!", a person who was supposed to be Samsung's employee at the Huizhou factory wrote on Weibo.
Samsung factory in Huizhou was established in 1992 and officially went into operation in 1993. This is Samsung's main production base in China. After Samsung closed its factory in Tianjin last year, Huizhou became its last smartphone factory in China.
However, in addition to China, the world's largest smartphone company has high-productivity production lines in Vietnam and India. In addition, Samsung's smartphones are also produced by partners in the home country of Korea.