“Last year, Bosch hired about 325 people both for production and R&D. The German corporation will continue the hiring process in 2014,” reads the company release.
The centre located in the industrial park Tetarom III in Jucu village stretches over 38,000 square metres and is part of Automotive Electronics division, which develops and produces electronic units of command, semiconductors and sensors for the car industry and other fields. The division has 17 production units in the world and about 20,000 employees.
In Romania, Bosch has operations in Bucharest, Blaj, Cluj and Timisoara with about 20,000 employees at the beginning of the year. The expansion of their production and development activities will lead to an increase in personnel by the end of the year. (source: nineoclock.ro)