Following Galaxy Note 7’s withdrawal from the market, Samsung Electronics is aiming to install a more rigorous scrutiny in its quality assurance process. It has also called for an extraordinary meeting to decide on issues related to the divesting of its printing business to HP and to allow the group’s scion, Kay Y Lee, as a director in its board.
Following the safety issues concerning the Galaxy Note 7 devices, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has stated it will make significant changes to its quality assurance processes and aggressively address safety concerns.
It however did not elaborate or provide further details on how it’s going to do that.
On a different note, Samsung has begun an extraordinary meeting with shareholder so as to decide and vote on its decision to sell its printing business to HP Inc. for $1.05 billion.
Another agenda for this meeting is to seek approval for Jay Y. Lee, Samsung Group’s scion as a board director.