Elcoteq to Hire Up to 300 in Hungary PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 07 January 2008 06:50
HELSINKI, FINLANDElcoteq plans to hire 200 to 300 workers at its Hungarian plant in the coming months, the EMS provider said.

"We have some projects at the plant that require more manpower, and need at the moment a few dozen white-collar workers and a few hundred, maybe 200 to 300, blue-collar staff," an Elcoteq spokeswoman said, as reported by Reuters.

Elcoteq, Europe’s largest EMS firm, is in the process of a large restructuring program, with plans to cut staff globally to boost competitiveness with Asia.


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