Electrolux to Lay off Part of Employees at Satu Mare plant, Romania

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Appliance manufacturer Electrolux will lay off part of the employees working at its cooker factory in Satu Mare, northwest Romania, according to an announcement from the Satu Mare Prefecture.

The layoffs come as the demand dropped following the war in Ukraine.

An important number of orders from Ukraine and Russia were lost starting March 2022, local media reported citing the announcement.

Electrolux opened in the fall of 2022 a new production line at its plant in Satu Mare, allowing the company to reach a production capacity of 1.3 million units, Ziarul Financiar reported. 

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