Electronics Production | June 13, 2006
National Semiconductor expands in Scotland
National Semiconductor is to create almost 200 new jobs as part of a £25million blueprint to grow chip production and design at its plant in Greenock, Scotland.
National Semiconductor plans to expand it's analogue chip production facility by 30%. The first 160 employees will be employed in the coming weeks. The jobs boost will increase the firm's existing workforce by a third. National Semiconductor already employs 500 staff at the plant.