Dixon Technologies to Expand Smartphone Manufacturing Capacity

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Smartphone-Manufacturing

Dixon Technologies India, a leading contract electronics manufacturer, is poised to significantly enhance its smartphone manufacturing capabilities. This expansion comes in response to robust orders from its current clients and imminent agreements with two renowned global brands, which are in the final stages of negotiation.

Dixon Technologies is a leading electronics manufacturing and services company based in India. With a rich history spanning over three decades, the company has established itself as a key player in the consumer electronics, lighting, home appliances, and mobile phone segments. The company’s commitment to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction has propelled it to the forefront of the industry.

Dixon’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, strategic partnerships, and skilled workforce enable it to deliver high-quality products that meet the needs of today’s consumers. With a focus on sustainability and social responsibility, Dixon Technologies continues to drive growth and create value for its stakeholders.

In anticipation of increased demand, the company is actively preparing to meet these production needs and solidify its position in the market. Production is scheduled to commence for these brands in the coming five months. Dixon is currently in the process of constructing facilities across three of its Noida plants, with the capacity to manufacture 30 million smartphones.

Moreover, there is an expansive 860,000 square-foot factory underway in Noida, which is anticipated to be operational within the next 2.5 years. The company is also expanding its production capabilities for Xiaomi and Motorola, with a focus on meeting the demands of export markets.

Dixon, with an estimated capital expenditure of around Rs 440 crore in the ongoing fiscal year and intentions to invest approximately Rs 400 crore in the subsequent year, is firmly dedicated to its expansion efforts. Having been chosen as a beneficiary under the PLI 2.0 scheme, Dixon is targeting the commencement of notebook and laptop production for new contracts by August or September of 2024.

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