Electronics Production | February 22, 2007

Hungary replace Sanmina-SCI's<br>UK operations, Cork plant safe

As reported yesterday, Sanmina-SCI plans to shut down its Northern Ireland-based manufacturing of enclosures. It appears this manufacturing will be moved to Hungary.
Sanmina-SCI yesterday responded to speculation that it was about to move its Northern Ireland facility, where it makes enclosures or cabinets for computer equipment.

Sanmina-SCI now said their new manufacturing destination for the enclosures will be in Hungary. Which plant in Hungary it will be is still unknown.

Sanmina-SCI also said that jobs in its Cork-based operation in Ireland are safe following the announcement that as much as 300 positions could be lost at its Lisburn plant in Co Antrim, Northern Ireland.


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