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March 27, 2023

Big demand from foreign markets forces Cugir plant to hire employees

The Cugir Weapons Plant will hire approximately 500 people in the following period in order to meet the orders it has received from foreign markets, the proposal set to be presented in a future government meeting, ROMARM general manager Vasile Crisan stated on Friday, Mediafax informs.

“All newly hired employees will work in the production sector in order to meet the orders that the Cugir plant currently has,” Crisan added. The ROMARM general manager stated that the orders come from external markets but did not give any other details. “I’m convinced I will obtain the government’s acceptance in order to go ahead with this move as fast as possible in order to hike production and to obtain economic growth, both at county and national level,” Vasile Crisan.

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