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Dec 08, 2017 14:55 EEST
December 8 (SeeNews) - Japanese automotive components manufacturer Yazaki plans to hire 1,000 employees at its Sabac factory in northern Serbia in the next eight months, the Sabac city government has said.
"In the next seven or eight months, we plan to hire more 1,000 employees," the Sabac city government quoted the director of the Serbian unit of Yazaki, Zeljko Cvijan, as saying earlier this week.
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Yazaki will carry out presentations of the company and the working conditions at its Sabac factory in cooperation with the city government before potential candidates, Cvijan said.
The Japanese company opened in September a factory for wiring harnesses for Daimler trucks in Sabac.
The factory, whose construction was launched last year, spreads on an area of 30,000 sq m and employs 500 people. Yazaki plans to hire some 1,700 people in Serbia in the next two and a half years, the Serbian government said back in September.
Yazaki opened a 50 million euro ($58.7 million) car parts plant in Bulgaria in July 2016, its third in Serbia's eastern neighbour. Elsewhere in Southeast Europe (SEE), Yazaki also operates plants in Romania and Croatia.
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