Tim Cook Praises American Production Proficiency in Visiting Texas Mac Pro Plant

The Apple CEO is very enthusiastic about the American expertise in the Mac Pro plant located in Texas

Jun 7 2014, 8:58am CDT | by

Tim Cook Praises American Production Proficiency in Visiting Texas Mac Pro Plant
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Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, is very happy with the application of American expertise in building the Mac Pro, as he visits the Texas manufacturing plant to watch the production process closely.

According to Mac Rumors, Cook went to the Texas plant on Thursday. Following his visit, he posted a photo via twitter, showing that the CEO was looking at the assembly of a specific Mac Pro component with great enthusiasm. He tweeted, “Watching the Mac Pro come together in Austin yesterday, thanks to a team loaded with American manufacturing expertise.”

Apple has delivered the task of operating the Texas manufacturing plant to Flextronics, with a view to complete the assembly of a number of devices in the US. Despite most of the construction works are done by the Asian companies, the Texas plant has already drawn a significant attention.

Tim Cook’s visit to the Mac Pro plant might play a significant role to encourage Apple handling most of its production works in the US.

 

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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