© Electronics Production | December 09, 2013

Ex-Flextronics factory comes back to life

Jean-Marc Gelin, Chairman of Futurol'Industries, has taken on factory premises which used to house the production of EMS-provider Flextronics. 25 employees will start in mid-January.
The site closure in Châteaudun dates back to 2008, when Flextronics decided to cease production activity in France all together; leaving some 370 people without a job. Since then, the site has been empty, but - as local media reports - for not much longer.

Jean-Marc Gelin, Chairman of the Futurol'Industries (a company specializing in the production of roller shutters and garage doors), has acquired the 14'000m2 of the old Flextronics facility.

From mid-January 2014, three companies will be housed in these premises: Futurol'Industries, MDPlast and Inno'Bat, the reports continue.


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