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September 28, 2021

Delphi delays relocating its production f to Romania

The American cable manufacturer Delphi decided to halt the plans that provided dismissing the employees of its plant in Senica (Slovakia) and relocating the production to Romania because of the poor quality of Romanian products, reads a story run Thursday by the Slovak daily Hospodarske Noviny, quoted by the Slovak agency TASR and by capital.ro. “45 employees of Delphi Slovakia were to be laid off in the third phase of the restructuring process, but the measure has been suspended for now,” the head of the Senica employment office, Jan Kovar announced. In her turn, the spokeswoman of Delphi Slovakia, Agnieszka Przymusinska said that the company adapts its operations to market conditions. The American group Delphi Automotive operates three factories for the production of power cables in Romania at Moldova Noua (Caras-Severin), Ineu (Arad) and Sannicolau Mare (Timis).

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