Nikon issues 4th notice on the damage from the flood in Thailand

This is the latest update from Nikon Corporation on the damage from the flood in Thailand:

  • Water was completely pumped out around the Nikon facilities in Thailand on November 26th.
  • Part of the factory operation is expected to resume in January 2012.
  • First shipment of products from the alternative partner factories in Thailand has already started.
  • The flood in Thailand is going “to push down net sales by 65 billion yen and operational income by 25 billion yen due to sales opportunity loss”.
  • Normal production capacity is expected to be reached by the end of March 2012.
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