June 2, 2014
When Motorola launched its Moto X phone, at a time when its mobile division was still under Google’s dominance, it did so with two commercial assets. The first, that it was a highly customizable terminal. And, the second, that it was the first smartphone made in the United States. The company has just announced, however, that it is closing its plant in Fort Worth, Texas.
This is reported by the Recode website, which cites Motorola sources who have confirmed that the company is preparing to close this factory, which reached a weekly production of 100,000 Moto X units.
The Fort Worth factory, with 700 employees, has been in operation for a year and was solely dedicated to the manufacture of the Moto X
via Motorola will close its factory in the United States | TICbeat.
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