Sony Bringing Some Japan Plants Back Online
Sony said Thursday that it had reopened all but two factories damaged by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan last month.
This is up from the 10 plants which had activity suspended on March 11, although Sony has had to adjust production schedules. However, supply problems remain an issue for the company.
The Motomiya Plant in Fukushima Prefecture is scheduled to reopen towards the end of this month, while the Tagajyo Plant in Miyagi Prefecture, which manufactures Magnetic tapes and Blu-ray discs is "currently undergoing cleaning and damage inspection," and new reopening date has been announced.