Foxconn could break ground on first Wisconsin facility this fall
Foxconn Technology Group is planning to break ground on its first southeastern Wisconsin facility as early as this fall and eventually plans to locate assembly and manufacturing operations in multiple locations across the region, according to some area political and business leaders.
Foxconn will have six years to create 13,000 jobs, under deal with state
Foxconn Technology Group will have six years to create 13,000 jobs with an average salary of $53,875, according to the terms of a memorandum of understanding that Gov. Scott Walker and Foxconn chairman Terry Gou signed Thursday in Milwaukee.
I thought it might be a good idea to create this fourm to potentially channel some of the Foxconn specific discussion off the main forum in case there are other topics people want to discuss.
Also even though I named the forum Foxconn campus as the first article I cited from the Business Times indicates this development might not truly be a campus as there might be sites located all over the metro area.