Samsung temporarily closed its factory in India to combat the spread of COVID-19

Samsung forced to temporarily close a second plant due to the outbreak of COVID – 19-this time a plant in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. It was opened in the summer of 2018 and is currently the largest factory of Samsung smartphones, which can produce up to 120 million units per year. Today the factory is closed until March 25 at the request of the government.

Previously, the plant in Gumi, South Korea also has twice closed for short periods. The press Secretary told Indian media that the company “works hard to make sure that there are no disruptions in the supply of” smart phones

The South Korean company LG will also implement the recommendations of the government and will close two plants – one for the production of household appliances in Noida and another in Pune, but they will remain closed until the end of the month.