Enics Streamlines Operations in Sweden


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Based on the market outlook in 2017 and transfers within the Enics manufacturing network, Enics has notified the local authorities in Sweden of a headcount reduction of maximum 65 employees. The reduction affects the Enics Västerås business unit and is planned to be executed within the next six months.

The Nordic market is of strategic importance to Enics and it is vital to continuously develop its local operations. The next natural step is optimizing the Västerås operations towards a center of excellence to serve customers with competitive engineering, manufacturing, and after-sales services. This optimization in Västerås will ensure competitive and long-term services to customers both in the near region as well as the whole market in Sweden and Norway. The experienced team in Västerås will continue to serve as a gateway for regional customers into the Enics global manufacturing network.

“We are investing in new sales activities and increased automation. The overall demand for professional high-quality electronics is increasing, and the changes we plan will further strengthen our abilities to provide value to our customers”, says Anders Hynén, General Manager, Enics Västerås.

Enics employs approximately 250 people in Västerås and around 3200 worldwide. The company also operates in Malmö, Sweden, in China, Finland, Slovakia, Switzerland and Estonia. The Enics headquarter is in Zürich, Switzerland.

About Enics

Enics is the partner of choice for professional electronics in the fields of energy, industrial automation, transportation, building automation and instrumentation. As one of the largest electronics manufacturing services (EMS) providers in the world, we help industrial companies optimize their value chains and improve their competitiveness through increased productivity and product reliability as well as decreased time-to-money and total cost of ownership. Enics provides end-to-end EMS services ranging from engineering, full-scale manufacturing and after sales services to sourcing and supply chain management. Our world-class offering includes fast prototyping, new product introduction (NPI), cost reduction services, test system development, printed circuit board (PCB) assembly, box build, system assembly, as well as repair and maintenance.

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