The consequences of the strike at the largest plant for the production of iPhone: Foxconn reported a sharp drop in financial performance


Revenue fell by 29%

Foxconn, the world’s largest contract electronics maker, on Monday reported a sharp drop in financials in November as the company battled the Covid outbreak and worker unrest at the world’s largest iPhone factory.

Foxconn, also known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, said last month’s revenue was about $18.05 billion, down 29% from October and more than 11% down from November 2021.

Foxconn said the drop was due to “production gradually shifting into the off-peak season, and part of the supply was affected by the Zhengzhou epidemic.” The company did not provide other details.


In late October, a Covid outbreak occurred at a factory in Zhengzhou, and Foxconn tried to bring it under control by isolating employees at the factory. Many workers spontaneously left the factory shortly after the outbreak began.

In November, the employees vented their dissatisfaction with the delayed payment of bonuses, clashes with the security service began. Foxconn apologized for the “technical error” and also began paying compensation to those who go home and those who stay .

Foxconn did not mention worker unrest in its November earnings report, but said the Covid outbreak was under control.

According to the latest data , the Zhengzhou plant will finally resume production and reach full capacity from around the end of December this year to early January next year.


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