Lenovo, the world’s third-largest personal computer manufacturer, is considering building a factory in Poland, according to media reports.
Lenovo, which is building a new headquarters in Morrisville, N.C., is considering a site in southwest Poland, according to the Polish news source Puls Biznesua. The plant would cost an estimated $15 million and would be used to assemble computers.
ShanghaiDaily.com, citing a report from the Bloomberg news service, said the plant would employ between 500 and 800 people.
Dell announced in September that it would build a $259 million plant in Poland to build PCs and computers.