Swedish Swep will expand

Swep Slovakia, which employs 150 people in the Kechnec industrial zone near Košice, is planning to expand and will hire new staff in 2010, the company told newswire TASR.

Swep Slovakia, which employs 150 people in the Kechnec industrial zone near Košice, is planning to expand and will hire new staff in 2010, the company told newswire TASR.

The company, which is owned by a Swedish investor, specialises in production and supply of compact brazed heat exchangers. It is now expanding thanks to increased demand for the company's products, according to TASR.

In light of its expansion, the company plans to provide employment to an additional 150 people in the near future. Jobs will be available not only for workers, but also for specialists in IT, accounting, finance, research and development, wrote TASR.

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