Latest Foxconn Related News

November 07, 2018
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Foxconn Technology Group recently announced that it received 325 submissions from students, faculty, and staff from throughout Wisconsin for the first round of its "Smart Cities — Smart Futures" competition. The initiative, which encourages the sharing of fresh ideas and unconventional thinking, saw entrants suggest ideas that use technology to address education, healthcare, transportation, and housing challenges. A panel of 50 judges has been selected from Wisconsin universities and colleges to evaluate submissions. Up to 100 winners will be selected and announced on or before December 11, 2018. For more information, click here.

Supplier Readiness Sessions

A total of 9 Supplier Readiness Sessions were held in the past few weeks with over 700 attendees. The sessions were very well received as attendees expressed their appreciation for the specific information shared about the Foxconn supply chain as well as the broader Industry 4.0+ trends facing manufacturers.

More events will take place in the future that will leverage digital communication channels to update businesses on statewide resources to help improve productivity and increase global competitiveness. We encourage everyone who attended as well as any companies who may have not attended the Supplier sessions to register on

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Foxconn In Wisconsin

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  • Job seekers can apply to jobs directly or join talent communities in Milwaukee, Racine, Green Bay and Eau Claire to share résumés and exchange information with recruiters.

Commitment to the Environment

  • Foxconn is investing $30 million in zero liquid discharge (ZLD) technology for its facility, virtually eliminating the discharge of manufacturing process wastewater.
  • Foxconn must restore wetlands at a 2:1 ratio, more than the 1.2:1 ratio other companies are normally required to mitigate.
  • The company paid more than $2 million into the Wisconsin Wetlands Conservation Trust In-Lieu Fee program for wetland mitigation.
  • An independent study found the Village of Mount Pleasant stormwater ordinance is sufficient to address runoff rates and volumes.

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Foxconn Purchases Downtown Racine Property to Support "Smart City" Initiatives across Wisconsin

Foxconn Technology Group (Foxconn) announced on Tuesday, October 2, 2018, the purchase of One Main Centre in downtown Racine, WI for the development of Foxconn Place Racine and Wisconn Valley Innovation Center. Located at One Main Street, Foxconn Place Racine will encompass a state-of-the-art co-working space and become a model for smart city pilot programs that leverage and reflect the transformational technologies to be built and enabled by Foxconn. Together with the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park at Mount Pleasant, the center will connect businesses and higher education institutions within the region to help create an AI 8K+5G ecosystem in Wisconsin. Read More

Foxconn Wisconn Valley Science & Technology Park Development Video

The heart of Foxconn's $10 Billion investment in Wisconsin will be the 3000-acre Wisconn Valley Science & Technology Park in Racine County. This *video is a great look at how the property will evolve into a global technology ecosystem in the coming years. #wisconnvalley

*The video illustrates how Foxconn Technology Group's Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park in the Village of Mount Pleasant may appear upon completion.


Foxconn Going Vertical

Foxconn Goes Vertical: Ceremony Marks the First Walls Going Up

8.31.18, After weeks of clearing and pushing dirt, the first vertical panels for a multipurpose building have been placed on the Foxconn Technology Group project area in Mount Pleasant.


Foxconn Breaks Ground on Wisconsin Valley Science and Technology Park

6.28.18, Foxconn formally broke ground on the Wisconsin Valley Science and Technology Park in Mount Pleasant. The groundbreaking was marked with a ceremony featuring President Donald J. Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and Governor Scott Walker. To see what some local leaders said about the groundbreaking, click here.


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