Flextronics Gobbling Up Hungary Workers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Wednesday, 20 February 2008 10:06
SAN JOSEFlextronics will add production and up to 1,000 new employees in Hungary this spring, according to published reports.

The Napi Gazdaság, quoting a Flextronics executive, reported the EMS company will add operations in Sárvár and Zalaegerszeg.

“Flextronics will launch a new, large-volume production programme in Hungary this year," said Péter Papp, HR director of Flextronics International, Napi Gazdaság reported.

Production is scheduled to begin in May.

Flextronics will add some 1,000 workers to the 10,000 it already employs at five production bases in Hungary. 

Flextronics will also expand its regional services center in Zalaegerszeg, the report said.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 February 2008 10:07
 

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