Foxconn Australia employs approximately 150 people.
The warehouse, manufacturing and services areas span 10,000 square meters.
Foxconn outputs around 40,000 units a month, ranging from PCs, notebooks, workstations, peripherals and servers.
The vast majority of these are customised with specific hardware and software before being shipped.
Parts arrive from various locations in Asia, including Foxconn’s factories, to be assembled in the Rydalmere facility.
PCs are connected to the network to upload the OS and customer-specific applications.
Foxconn can receive anywhere from 50 to 100 orders a day.
Orders are shipped from the Foxconn facility either directly to end-users or to resellers and distributors.
“Manufacturing in Australia, in particular, needs to diversify and move up the value chain in order to remain competitive while continuing to maintain a strong and collaborative relationship with its partners..." – Foxconn Australia operations director Patrick Collins
"...For [Foxconn] that means providing easy access to mass customisation for simple and complex environments, ranging from customised hardware configurations & software system personalisation to configuration of rack mount systems for mission-critical applications.” – Foxconn Australia operations director Patrick Collins
The quality processes employed at the facility ensure that all products are 100 percent tested to rigorous standards.
A state-of-the art shopfloor system is used to track every component and unit that comes through the facility.
Foxconn assembles products for Australia, New Zealand and other South Pacific markets.
The Australian business is part of Foxconn GFO (Global Fulfillment Organisation), a network of regional factories and warehouses also located in North & Central America, Europe, and the Middle East.
Foxconn GFO provides supply chain solutions and systems for local warehousing, product customisation, distribution and after-sales service.
According to Foxconn, the Australian operation holds certifications ISO 9001:2008 for quality and ISO14001:2004 for environmental practices.