Hon Hai Precision Industry

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. (trading as Foxconn) is the world's biggest maker of electronic components. Primarily an original equipment manufacturer, its clients include major some of the world’s best known electronics and information technology companies, and products manufactured at its plants include iPads, iPhones, iPods for Apple, Kindles for Amazon, PlayStations for Sony and Xboxes for Microsoft. Foxconn has been involved in several controversies, largely over employee relations in China after a series of suicides and accidents. In 2012, Apple hired the Fair Labor Association to conduct an audit of working conditions at Foxconn.

 Hon Hai chairman Terry Gou Tai-ming

Hon Hai looks to tap US market with Arizona plant

Hon Hai Precision Industry, the major maker of Apple products, said it was considering building a plant in Arizona to make large panels and large-panel televisions to tap the massive market in the United States.