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Video tour of Lian Li case manufacturing plant

Posted on Wednesday, August 22 2012 @ 15:24:12 CEST by


TweakTown had the opportunity to visit Lian Li's factory in Keelung County, Taiwan a small town 30 minutes north of Taipei. The factory employs 140 workers, with a mixture of Taiwanese and Thai immigrant workers. The Thai workers handle the less critical areas along the factory line, while the Taiwenese workers take care of areas that require a higher attention to detail. You can view the video of the factory tour below.
Lian Li is, while still maintaining a fairly large operation, a small family owned business which prides itself in producing quality cases with a labor of love. I loved the fact that Lian Li has a friendly family 'guard dog' named Mei Mei (little sister in Chinese) that is free to roam the outer edge of the factory near the cleaning and drying machine. I'm not sure how much of an actual guard dog she is, as when I went up close to take a photo, she got camera shy and walked away from me. It's definitely not something you'd see at another tech industry leading factory, but I guess it goes to show that Lian Li are confident in what they are doing, that they can have a dog freely roam around. However you want to look at that, it's symbolic and means quite a bit.




 



 

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