Celestica Ireland Going Strong PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Tuesday, 05 February 2013 10:06

GALWAY, IRELAND -- Celestica has hired nearly 140 additional workers at its campus here to meet growing demand for EMS work from new and existing customers.

The electronics manufacturing services provider has

increased staffing levels to 400 as plant revenues rose 68% to €43.8 million, the Irish Times is reporting.

The higher sales came from  “an increase in business with the company’s existing customer and the addition of a significant new customer during the second half of the year,” the Irish Times reported, citing a Celestica report.

 

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