Manoswita Naha, Content Writer, Manoswita Naha, Content Writer
‘The world’s factory’, China was shut down for over a month now to shun the Covid-19 outbreak, stagnating the global supply chain, and drastically slowing down the world economy as the countries count hefty losses. Today, the initial rampage of the novel Corona virus is slowing down and China reports no new cases, the only light at the end of the tunnel as the industries across the globe waits China to resume. The panic still exists, where there are possibilities that reopening the factories may become the cause of the next outbreak of Covid cases. But with proper gears the Chinese product outs brings new promises to limit the spread.
Lenovo, a Chinese multinational technology company, is managing its factory reboot like a pro. Its Shenzhen manufacturing facility has already resumed from after the first week of February. Safety is strict at its operations, providing protections to the employees and by regular checking of the temperature to avoid any force majeure clause. It’s carrying out a grid management, working in small groups of 10 as an extra step in managing the circumstances.
“Our Shenzhen Smart Manufacturing Factory, mainly produces laptops, PCs, servers and datacenter products, has resumed 100 percent capacity at the end of February and everyone has been working with a strong sense of responsibility and mission. By the end of March, all of Lenovo's factories will resume production while reaching 100 percent capacity,” states the Lenovo official with pride.
Our Shenzhen Smart Manufacturing Factory, mainly produces laptops, PCs, servers and datacenter products, has resumed 100 percent capacity at the end of February and everyone has been working with a strong sense of responsibility and mission.
Lenovo in fact was well aware of the upcoming crisis and how the Covid-19 outbreak can have an impact on the company’s product supply. As preparative measures, it’s been stocking as many components as possible, including product packaging. The supplies helped Lenovo to actually build up component stock for the Spring Festival, therefore it had a less impact on Lenovo.
“Lenovo has a relatively balanced presence in the global market which reduces the impact when there are supply chain issues. Thanks to our global presence and smart manufacturing capability, Lenovo fully demonstrates ‘China's Speed to Resume Operations’. The resumption speed and safe production reflect the direction of Chinese manufacturing industry's transformation and upgrading in the future,” states the Lenovo official.
Lenovo has erected an exemplary vertical in the global market, proving that Chinese manufacturers have the responsibility and capability to help China regain its economic health. Lenovo is stepping forward in ensuring Chinese economy's rapid recovery and the world economy's stability.