Apple Unveils Plans to Expand Its Campus in Singapore
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Apple to Expand Singapore Campus, Upgrade Facilities

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In celebration of over 40 years since its establishment in Singapore, tech giant Apple has announced its plans to expand its campus in Ang Mo Kio.

With an investment of over US$250 million, the expansion plan aims to provide new spaces for the development of artificial intelligence and other key functions. Construction is slated to begin later this year, Apple said in a press release on April 17.

Under the expansion effort, the campus’ two buildings, acquired in 2022, will undergo major upgrades with the addition of new state-of-the-art laboratories and revamped facilities.

To stay true to its commitment to sustainability, the upgraded campus will run on 100% renewable energy, like all the company’s facilities. Upon completion, the building is expected to receive a LEED Gold certification.

“Our Singapore teams have played an important role in enriching the lives of our customers — and we can’t wait for many more decades of innovation to come,” said Apple’s chief executive officer, Tim Cook, in the statement.

Apple first established its Singapore office in 1981 with only 72 employees. Fast forward to today: Apple Singapore already has over 60,000 direct employees, with three Apple Store branches in addition to its Ang Mo Kio campus.

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