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More Jobs with New Arrivals at Industrial Parks

A new factory will be built int the industrial park in the town of Vrable, south-central Slovakia by Semecs. The company manufactures and assembles electronic control modules. It gives work to 350 people and wants to increase this number to 450 within 2 years.

Kechnec industrial park

Entry to the industrial park IPZ Zaborske in Presov has been confirmed by another investor. After the U.S. concern Honeywell and its Italian supplier Travaglini, the Presov-based company Asis is also going to build a production hall there.

A new project of car maker Volkswagen could bring investments totaling tens of millions of euros, hundreds of new jobs and exclusive production of environmentally-friendly hybrid cars to Slovakia. Based on the latest information the German group might assemble plug-in hybrids in Bratislava, as well.

Italian company Magneti Marelli is expanding its production in the Kechnec industrial park. The plans include a new plant, high-tech products and hundreds of new jobs. The supplier of car components decided to invest millions of euros in eastern Slovakia despite the crisis. Source: SARIO

2 Comments for “More Jobs with New Arrivals at Industrial Parks”

  1. George M

    Yes all those brainless and low IQ foreign investors, all getting the local village idiots to work for minimum wage, with no union rights or real health protection. When told to jump, they either say, how high or it was not my fault it was him.

    Don`t it make you proud, that Slowvakia was chosen to be ass end of the employment chain ??

    • mony

      what’s your problem, george? IQ? if not, than it’s deffo EQ…you know what i think? normal, inteligent person won’t have a problem with slovaks. i feel an anger from you. did somebody ashamed you? a girl from slovakia, which left you, even you had a better education than she in her “not enough good” slovak school, even you had a more money she ‘ll earn in slovakia? have you ever been in slovakia, if you’re brave enough to judge my country? i was in england 10 years ago and i didn’t like it. i didn’t like the people who are like you. who thinks, you’re something better. people like you, who were dare enough to ask me, if we have electricity in slovakia, if we use microwave ovens, etc. what you think, england is better? than i must tell you something you won’t like. your own country is not your own. even your capital city is not english. say thank to your government ;)

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