Home
Global Supplier Directory
APPLIANCE Engineer
Supplier Solutions
APPLIANCE Line
Whitepaper Library
Calendar of Events
Association Locator
Contents Pages
Market Research
Subscription Center


 
Daily News

Electrolux chiuderà lo stabilimento francese di cucine
Dec 1, 2004
 Printable format
 Email this Article
 Search

L’azienda svedese Electrolux ha annunciato l’intenzione di chiudere lo stabilimento di cucine
di Reims, in Francia, entro la fine del primo trimestre del 2005. La decisione è giunta dopo un’indagine iniziale presentata nel luglio del 2004.

Lo stabilimento di Reims, dove lavorano circa 240 addetti, produce cucine e forni da incasso. La chiusura dello stabilimento comporterà un costo complessivo di circa 300 milioni di corone svedesi (circa 33,3 milioni di Euro), che l’azienda assumerà come spese da ripartire sul reddito operativo nel quarto trimestre del 2004.

Back to Daily News

 

Daily News

...........................................................

Jul 31, 2014: LG Home Appliance, LG Air Conditioning See Lower Quarterly Sales

Jul 31, 2014: AHAM Canada New Chair is Doell of Samsung Electronics Canada

Jul 29, 2014: Jarden Reports Record Net Sales in 2Q

Jul 29, 2014: LG USA Names VanderWaal to Head Marketing

Jul 29, 2014: Smart Meters May Provide An Entrance Point for Cyber Attacks on the Connected Home

More Daily News>>

RSS Feeds
.........................................................
Appliance Industry
Market Research

...........................................................

March 2014: Market Research - 62nd Annual U.S. Appliance Industry Forecast
February 2014: Appliance Magazine Market Insight: December 2013
January 2014: Market Research - Appliance Historical Statistical Review: 1954-2012
January 2014: Appliance Magazine Market Insight: November 2013




 
Contact Us | About Us | Subscriptions | Advertising | Home
UBM Canon © 2014  

Please visit these other UBM Canon sites

UBM Canon Corporate | Design News | Test & Measurement World | Packaging Digest | EDN | Qmed | Pharmalive | Plastics Today | Powder Bulk Solids | Canon Trade Shows