Fujitsu has sold its last remaining European production facility, in the Bavarian city of Augsburg, to S&T German subsidiary, Kontron.
The industrial motherboard production, manufacturing and logistics centre has a headcount of around 1,800.
The Japanese vendor first announced its intention to sell off its product business in Europe in October.
At the time, it signalled its motherboard strategy was to move production back to Japan by September 2020 "at the latest".
Kontron is a Germany-based firm that produces embedded computer modules, boards and systems, with a particular focus on IoT. It partners with OEMs, system integrators and application providers.
The COO of its parent company S&T, Carlos Queiroz, said that the facility's customers can expect the "same skills and service" they had received from Fujitsu.
Meanwhile, Fujitsu's EMEA head of products, Rupert Lehner, welcomed the deal as a job-saver.
"With Kontron, a renowned embedded computing provider is taking over our motherboard business. We are delighted that this move will allow customers to benefit from a continuation of our high-quality portfolio," he said.
"For them, the decision means continuity and planning security and it will also help to preserve jobs in Augsburg."
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