Flextronics, after hundreds of millions of claims by Huawei, released a letter saying it still hopes to cooperate

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 Flextronics, after hundreds of millions of claims by Huawei, released a letter saying it still hopes to cooperate


The recent trade situation has greatly affected our relationship with Huawei, an important customer, and we deeply regret that... We did our best to interpret the relevant provisions and took the actions we deemed necessary to ensure compliance. Although Huaweis demand for our services has declined rapidly, we still hope and look forward to continued constructive cooperation between the two sides in the future. At the same time, we are doing our utmost to help every affected employee, to provide them with job opportunities within the Flextronics Group, and to respect their other voluntary choices.

On July 25, an official of the Global Times tweeted that after the U.S. government had blacklisted Huawei, Flextronics had seized hundreds of millions of yuan of materials and equipment privately. Flextronics did not return the materials and equipment when Huawei came to ask for them. Instead, Flextronics seized Huaweis materials privately for more than a month, causing serious losses to Huawei.

On August 6, Reuters reported that Huawei was seeking compensation from Flextronics because Flextronics illegally withheld about 400 million yuan ($57 million) worth of Huaweis goods after the U.S. government placed it on the so-called entity list.

Pengchao journalists learned from reliable sources that Huaweis lawyers letter of claim was true. It is reported that on August 5, Huawei sent a lawyers letter to Weichuangli requesting compensation for hundreds of millions of yuan, involving loss of income, waste of materials and replacement of equipment. Lawyers letter mentioned that after Washington issued a ban on Huawei in May this year, the Chinese subsidiary of Flextronics ignored Chinese law and refused to return Huaweis production equipment, raw materials and semi-finished products at its Zhuhai plant, worth about 400 million yuan.

Huawei has eliminated Flextronics from its supply chain because of the hostility between the two sides, which has led to the shutdown of its Changsha factory, which originally was a mobile phone manufacturer for Huawei, and the loss of its Zhuhai factory, which manufactures wireless products for Huawei. In an open letter, Flextronics said it would continue to support the long-term development of Chinas high-tech industry and supply chain stability, and continue to play an active role in this regard. With nearly 200,000 employees in more than 30 countries and regions around the world, Flextronics Group provides innovative design, engineering, manufacturing, supply chain management and logistics services to companies of all sizes in different industries and markets. Flextronics entered the Chinese market in 1987. Now it has many factories, R&D centers and more than 50,000 local employees in China. Source: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541

Huawei has eliminated Flextronics from its supply chain because of the hostility between the two sides, which has led to the shutdown of its Changsha factory, which originally was a mobile phone manufacturer for Huawei, and the loss of its Zhuhai factory, which manufactures wireless products for Huawei.

In an open letter, Flextronics said it would continue to support the long-term development of Chinas high-tech industry and supply chain stability, and continue to play an active role in this regard.

With nearly 200,000 employees in more than 30 countries and regions around the world, Flextronics Group provides innovative design, engineering, manufacturing, supply chain management and logistics services to companies of all sizes in different industries and markets.

Flextronics entered the Chinese market in 1987. Now it has many factories, R&D centers and more than 50,000 local employees in China.