Texas Instruments has said its manufacturing site in Miho, Japan suffered substantial damage during the 9.0 magnitude earthquake on Friday.
A Texas Instruments manufacturing site in Miho, Japan was damaged in the quake. Photo credit: Texas Instruments
The company said on Monday it will reinstate production at the facility, which is located about 40 miles north-west of Tokyo, in stages: in May, several lines; by mid-July, full production, therefore ensuring shipments by September.
Texas Instruments warned that this schedule could be delayed if the power grid in the region remains unstable.
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