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Electronics Production | February 28, 2006

Shortage of engineers forced<br>B&amp;O to Czech Republic

The Danish designer electronics company Bang &amp; Olufsen is now establishing a manufacturing site in Czech Republic. One reason for the moved manufacturing is according to ing.dk the lack of skilled engineers in Denmark.
About 120 employees will lose their jobs when B&O is transfering its manufacturing from Struer in Denmark to Czech Republic.

It is especially in mechanical design where it is hard to find skilled engineers, according to ing.dk. B&O told ing.dk that the Czech Republic has a long tradition of mechanical design and the Czech Universities are according to the Bang & Olufsen management skilled in producing well educated engineers.

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