CEO Jim Rowan said the firm needed to move quickly towards manufacturing ©Dyson
CEO Jim Rowan said the firm needed to move quickly towards manufacturing ©Dyson

Dyson to build electric car plant in Singapore

posted by Francis Churchill
24 October 2018

Dyson has announced it will build its first electric cars in a new manufacturing plant in Singapore.

The UK based engineering company said it chose Singapore because of its access to advanced material and component supply chains as well as its proximity to high growth markets, its skilled workforce and its advanced manufacturing capabilities.

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