Huawei chooses France's northeast Grand-Est region as the venue for its first production plant in Europe
Huawei Technology Corporation (China) has selected the Business Zone in the city of Brumath, the Grand-Est region of northeastern France as the location of the first manufacturing plant in Europe.

According to a joint statement on December 17 between Huawei leaders and the local government of Brumath city, the factory will have an investment of €200m (about $245m), initially creating about 300 jobs and moving towards 500 jobs in the long run.

According to the statement, Huawei aims to produce 1 billion euros worth of mobile network technology solutions for European customers each year.

By building this factory in central Europe, Huawei will enrich its inherent presence in the Old Continent with 23 research and development centers, more than 100 partner universities, more than 3,100 suppliers and an efficient supply chain.

Huawei announced its intention to build the first European manufacturing plant in France in 2019.

Europe, Huawei's biggest overseas market, is considered Huawei's "second home" by its founder Ren Zhengfei.

In February 2019, Huawei announced that this factory with high-end automation and intelligence would boost the technical competitiveness of the European industry, while also boosting supply chain resilience, applications and local infrastructure.

The plant will also have a testing center, showcasing the wireless base station manufacturing process, and downloading and testing software.

The center will open the door to carriers, governments and related agencies, demonstrating Huawei's positive stance towards Europe's call for digital sovereignty.


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