Kitron Inks €17 Million Manufacturing Order


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Kitron has received an order for manufacturing related to a new industrial product line. The total amount is approximately €17 million over a four-year period.

Production will start in the second half of 2018 and take place at Kitron's plant in Kaunas, Lithuania.

The order is placed by an existing Kitron customer and comes in addition to existing production volumes and revenue.

About Kitron

Kitron is one of Scandinavia's leading electronic manufacturing services companies for the Data/Telecoms, Defence, Energy, Industry, Medical devices and Offshore/Marine sectors. The company is located in Norway, Sweden, Lithuania, Germany, China and the United States. Kitron had revenue of about NOK 2.1 billion in 2016 and has about 1,350 employees. For more information, click here.

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