Speaking to the press – cited by Angop – at the end of the presentation of the new models, Ranhao Lin, chairman of the Board of Directors of Suntak, informed that the company has six production lines, as well as a line reserved for packaging products and another dedicated to production capable of manufacturing around 500,000 phones per month.
The official also made it known that the expansion of business is part of the firm's plans, with exports to countries in Southern Africa – such as Namibia, Zambia, among others – being in the company's sights.
Regarding the launch, Daniel Mafuta, national representative of the distributors of the company's products, said that it is an advantage for the market by providing a seven-day after-sales guarantee, with the possibility of exchanging the product, as well as a 12-month of free technical assistance, writes Angop.
It should be noted that the company started operations in November 2021, and until then it had already placed 15 phone models on the national market (a dozen are smartphones and the remaining five are analogue).
The factory, according to Angop, has predominantly national staff, and so far, the firm has trained and hired more than 1000 young nationals and 20 expatriates.