It's Back to Business for cms electronics


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After making staff reductions and short-time work earlier this year in reaction to the coronavirus pandemic, Austrian EMS cms electronics announced its headquarters has now returned to full operation.

The coronavirus pandemic is causing an exceptional situation, the developments of which will continue to have an effect for a long time. However, cms electronics is optimistic about the future, the company released in a statement.

Increasing demand and increased incoming orders show a very positive trend, that’s why cms electronics was able to terminate the short-time working phase on September 1, 2020.

The headquarters of cms electronics returned to full operation. All of its colleagues, especially in business development, key account management and customer service, are fully available again for our customers - with a few holiday-related exceptions.

The measures already taken to protect our employees during the short-time working period remain in place in order to prevent a possible spread of the coronavirus. We ask for your understanding that visits to our house may only take place after prior consultation with the management.

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