Sunday, March 29, 2009

Siragon, from assembly plant to "producing" parts. 

Siragon is the local computer (and electronics) brand, like Dell and HP their job has been to assemble the parts it imports but they updated their industrial capacity to hopefully make 1.5 million computers a year, they also entered the field of SMT's which goes to show how protectionism can nurture and expand local high tech industries, the next step would be making the actual chips eventually leading to R&D.


Like all things in Venezuela you need to shop around for good prices, Siragon's greatest flaw is the freedom its distributors have in gouging the customers.

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