The former mobile phone leader Nokia is deep in the red. Declining sales and multi-billion dollar losses are reflected negatively on the review of the Nokia share – most recently the rating agency Fitch downgraded now even the creditworthiness of Nokia down, after the paper on the stock exchange since April only on ‘Level of junk’ ranks.
Done deal: the production at the plant in Salo, Finland provides a Nokia in September 2012.
The factory is finally to operation in September, as the Finnish news portal Yle reported on July 27, 2012, relying on Nokia, the last mobile phone should have been produced in Salo, however, already on Wednesday. The plant has been in operation since 1979. Here also the first devices with Windows operating system were made in addition to the E7 and N8, N9 mobile phone models. Nokia also advertised Salo until recently as a particularly “green” manufacturing plant. So should in Salo, only “green” electricity come used and have been virtually no waste for disposal in a landfill.