CSUN eyes SA, Brazil for new plants

CSUN is looking to open additional factories in South Africa and Brazil, the Chinese PV manufacturer tells Recharge.

The move would further solidify the Nanjing-based company’s spot at the forefront of a small but growing cadre of Chinese solar manufacturers breaking ground at factories outside of China – in some cases to avail themselves of markets with local-content restrictions in place, and in others simply to be closer to core or emerging markets.

Andrea Bodenhagen, CSUN’s marketing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, says Turkey is only the first step in the planned internationalisation of the Nanjing-based company’s manufacturing footprint.

“We plan to expand beyond Turkey,” Bodenhagen says, adding that Log in to read complete article.

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