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Dell ramps up PC volume to 12,000 a day from Limerick

Dell is now manufacturing 12,000 PCs a day at its manufacturing plant in Limerick. But the PCs are not all intended for the British Isles. A source at its Limerick plant, in western Ireland, said that it was currently supplying the entire Northern European market. The demise of AST, which also had a factory in the Limerick area, was "a godsend" for Dell, he said. They had used the facilities they bought from Samsung-AST to help ramp the production up to that level, he said. Dell refused to comment on the report. It does not give official figures about its production plans. ® Click for more limericks

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