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Embraco opens global shared services centre in Košice

BRAZILIAN company Embraco has opened a global shared services centre in Košice to deal with financial issues as well as human resources.

Embraco plant in Spišská Nová Ves(Source: SITA)

The investment will create around 120 new jobs within a year, said Samuel Šporka, senior consultant for JLL Slovakia, which mediated the opening of the centre, as reported by the TASR newswire.

Embraco is the global leader in production of hermetic compressors and innovative cooling technologies. Apart from compressors, the company also produces in its manufacturing units – in Brazil, Italy, China and Slovakia – electrical components, cast iron and complete cooling systems.

Topic: Industry


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