In Pakistan, Nokia manufactures approximately one million phones.
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In Pakistan, Nokia manufactures approximately one million phones

Nokia has manufactured over one million domestically built mobile phones in Pakistan in less than six months after establishing an assembly plant in the country, according to information obtained by The News on Monday.

“The facility has the potential to create over half a million mobile phones every month, and our goal is to assemble the whole Nokia phone range from Pakistan,” said Arif Shafique, country manager for Nokia’s parent company, HMD Global.

He went on to say that the firm planned to increase output every month to fulfill demand from Pakistani customers. In the local market, demand for our phones has been robust, with over one million units produced in a short amount of time.

Last year, the business teamed with Techno Pak Electronics (Private) Limited to build a Nokia phone assembly facility in Pakistan, which has invested $2 million in its manufacturing and related channels by 2021, resulting in the creation of over 500 skilled employees.

Shafique was well aware that Nokia phones had remained a popular choice among mobile phone users of all ages in the country. “Not only is opening the plant in Pakistan a critical commercial choice for us, but it is also a historic move as we continue to grow our worldwide presence with it.”

He stated that the company aims to increase output every month to satisfy customer demand, and expressed optimism that local authorities and regulators will continue to assist the industry in conducting business and investing in the nation.

In December 2021, the Nokia phone assembly factory in Korangi, Karachi, was completed. The company makes a variety of mobile phone models. Pakistan has a long history of working with mobile phone carriers, which has resulted in strong brand loyalty.

With 193 million mobile phone users in the country, the mobile industry’s economic impact is estimated to reach $24 billion by 2023.

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