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Electronics Production | September 06, 2005

PartnerTech to reduce workforce

PartnerTech, one of Sweden's largest EMS Providers, plans to reduce its work force with 19 workers. PartnerTech also announced changes in the structure of its business unit's organization in order to ensure greater clarity.
In order to ensure greater clarity, PartnerTech today announced in a press statement that it has changed the structure its business units. The move is part of PartnerTech´s effort to provide its customers with greater value added in the various segments that it serves.

PartnerTech strives to develop its services to its customers upwards in the value chain. The new breakdown of business units paves the way for PartnerTech to focus even more on special expertise when it comes to fluid handling, paper, coins, machinery, instruments, etc.

Following are the new business units:
Business Unit - Head
Industry/Telecom - Niclas Detterfeldt
Terminals/Machine Solutions - Anders Ingerstedt
Medical Equipment - Mats Bojesson

Financial reporting will also follow the new structure. Allocation by business unit can be found in a PDF-file, click here (external link)

Swedish press also said that PartnerTech will downsize its electronics production in Karlskoga, Sweden. The reason is that some of its largest customers have chosen not renewed their contracts. 19 out of 235 employees will be removed.

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