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Major damage for MSI in China

Major damage for MSI in China

A huge fire broke out in an MSI factory on 5th November. The factory in question is one of the brand’s largest factories in Shenzhen, China.

The Baoan factory is a large manufacturing centre for MSI, and most of the PCBs used by the brand come from there. MSI has just published a statement on yesterday’s fire, and it seems to be well under control.

A fire broke out in the Bao’an factory of MSI in the afternoon of 5 November

Last update: Mon, 09 November 2020

 

 

A fire broke out in the Baoan factory of MSI in Shenzhen in the afternoon of 5th November. The company launched emergency intervention measures and notified the fire service to react quickly. No injuries were caused and the production line was not affected. In the future, the plant will increase promotion and training of personnel. At present, all units are operating normally. Thank you for your concern.

 

 

According to this statement, the manufacturing units are still running, so the claim would be located on the stocks. However, it is still difficult to get a precise idea of the situation when the official Chinese communication starts…

If you want to get an idea of how MSI’s factories work, we published a briefing on the subject at the end of last year with several photos of the assembly stations.

Hardwareluxx had also been able to shoot a report in the factory.

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