Tim Cook visits Apple supplier Dula in Germany

“Tim Cook is continuing his trip around Europe, this morning tweeting that he today visited the Dula assembly buildings in Vreden, Germany,” Benjamin Mayo reports for 9to5Mac. “Dula is an Apple supplier partner which Apple uses to make and assemble furniture and fittings for its Apple retail stores.”

“Apple CEO Tim Cook has been on somewhat of a European tour this week,” Mayo reports. “Cook met with a fashion designer that uses an iPad Pro to draw his designs, praised young developers at an Apple Store workshop, and made a surprise appearance at an Apple Store in France where he met customers and staff.”

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MacDailyNews Note: Cook is in Europe to receive an honorary degree from the University of Glasgow tomorrow evening and to participate in a ‘Fireside Chat’ and Q&A.

Congrats to Apple CEO Tim Cook on his honorary degree!

5 Comments

  1. Global Tim is right on cue. Top of the line move here. I think with the space ship about to land that the ecological and systematic spheres will quantum leap to a global scale.

    Way ahead of the curve.

    Looks like the stock is going to be reaching an all time high soon. It might be slow but it’s going in the right direction.

    Congratulations Tim.

  2. The place where I got my MLitt and I was unaware he was coming!! Gutted. The tickets went in half a nanosecond. Still, I can now say that myself and Tim share an Alma Mater.

  3. University of Glasgow might have given him an honorary doctorate, but I’ll bet he couldn’t get one at Arizona State University. They don’t give ’em out to just anyone, not even US presidents!

    Way to maintain standards, ASU. Dog catchers and local officials, okay, but not the leader of the free world or CEO of the most valuable company in the world.

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