Taiyo Yuden issued an announcement explaining the situation after the flooding of its inductor factory
Recently, Japanese passive electronic component manufacturer Taiyo Yuden issued an announcement to publicly explain the company's damage in the recent typhoon.
In the announcement, Taiyo Yuden said that its inductor factory in Fukushima was flooded during the typhoon. The flood has now receded and is being cleaned up. In addition, due to the impact of the flood, the plant stopped production earlier, and in this announcement, Taiyo Yuden did not announce the time when the factory will resume production.
At the end of the announcement, Taiyo Yuden said it would explain the specific damage to the factory in the next announcement.
The following is the specific content of the announcement:
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