Sony says to reopen tsunami-hit blu-ray plant at end-May
TOKYO, April 28
TOKYO, April 28 (Reuters) - Sony Corp said on Thursday that it will restart a tsunami-damaged plant in northeast Japan making blu-ray discs and other storage devices by the end of May.
The plant will be the last of 10 facilities closed after Japan's March 11 earthquake to reopen, Sony said in a release.
Full production at all the plants has, however, yet to be restored. The company said it would return to pre-quake production levels as soon as it can. (Reporting by Tim Kelly; Editing by Edmund Klamann)
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