Dell Opens New European Plant To Meet Customer Demand

Posted: Jan 23 2008, 11:58am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:49am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

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Dell announced today that it had opened its second European manufacturing facility in Lodz, Poland. The new facility is Dell’s most advanced in the world. Dell says it located the facility in Poland to be closer to its European customers.

"Dell's success as a business has been based on combining excellence in manufacturing with a deep understanding of what our customers need," Michael Dell said. "As we saw our Central and Eastern European businesses grow, we knew we needed a manufacturing base here to maintain our ambition for the region. Our operations in Lodz mean we can maintain this momentum and offer a superior service to customers."

Along with the opening of the new plant Dell also donated products worth $35,000 USD to local school districts and more than 100 dell employees planted trees in the Lublinek forest park. The new facility is 37,000 square-meters, or 398,264 square feet. The plant cost $292 million USD to build and 1,200 employees work there.

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