Jan. 26, 2012 | By Matthew DeBord
“A foreman immediately roused 8,000 workers inside the company’s dormitories, according to the executive. Each employee was given a biscuit and a cup of tea, guided to a workstation and within half an hour started a 12-hour shift fitting glass screens into beveled frames. Within 96 hours, the plant was producing over 10,000 iPhones a day.
“’The speed and flexibility is breathtaking,” the executive said. “There’s no American plant that can match that.'”
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