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Electronics Production | January 21, 2009

Halin cuts 48 jobs

Dutch EMS-provider Halin, headquartered in Veldhoven will lay off 28 of its permanent staff members. The company already terminated the contracts of 20 temporary staff last month.
The EMS-provider previously requested - and was permitted - to schedule short work for some 70 employees. Martin Saris, director at Halin, said that the layoffs were necessary to ensure the continuity of the company, as a strong decline in demand hit the company. Halin is currently working on a social plan for the affected staff members.

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