Sony Ericsson has issued a press release today about the horrible disaster in Japan. They express sympathy for the people of Japan, show concern for the 1100 Sony Ericsson employees in Japan, and let us know that the situation is likely to disrupt their supply chain for components.
Northern Japan manufactures a large portion of the worlds electronic components, so this news is not unexpected. Whether other companies come forward with similar press releases or not, this will effect most manufacturers of consumer electronic goods.
It's important to remember that factories and engineering offices can be rebuilt, but the human factor is the most important issue. We here at Android Central want to express our deepest sympathy for the people of Japan, and wish the nation and it's citizens a most speedy recovery. Sony Ericsson's full, but brief, press release is after the break. [Sony Ericsson]
Sony Ericsson Statement on Japan Earthquake
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