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Electronics Production | October 23, 2008

Flextronics may lay off 40 in Sweden

The Singapore-based EMS-Giant Flextronics reportedly plans to lay off in Linköping, Sweden.
The EMS provider has begun negotiations to cut down on staff and plans to lay off around 40 employees in its facility in Linköping, Sweden, reports the Swedish newspaper Corren.

"Negotiations have begun, and it is true that the company believes that there is a surplus of between 30 and 40 employees," said Tomas Westlund, chairman of the workers union Unionen (white collar) at the company. An alleged lack of orders was given as reason. IF Metall (blue collar), which has a smaller number of members working at Linköping, is also involved in the negotiations. However, it does not believe that any of its members will be affected by the notice, the report continues.

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