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June 18, 2021

Bosch starts hiring for its Cluj-based factory

German group Bosch is seeking engineers specialised in various fields, economic and administrative personnel for its factory of Cluj-Napoca, where it will manufacture electronic command units for the car industry, as the number of employees will reach 325 by the end of next year. “The engineers will be sent for training to Bosch factories of Germany, France or Hungary,” the CEO of Robert Bosch SRL and representative of the Bosch group in Romania, Brigitte Eble informs in a press release. Construction works will be completed in the second half of next year and the location will be expanded during the following years. The investment planned for the construction phase amounts to EUR 77 M, as the facility will cover 38,000 square metres. The new centre belongs to the Automotive Electronics division, which manufactures command units, semiconductors and sensors for the auto industry and other sectors. The division has 17 production units worldwide and approximately 20,000 employees.

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