DeLonghi Romania, the local subsidiary of Italian manufacturer of home appliances, is looking to hire 108 electromechanical installers, according to AJOFM (County Agency for Employment) Cluj.
The Italian company is now the largest exporter in Cluj County, manufacturing espressoes in the Tetarom III industrial park in Jucu from 2013.
Last year the company registered a turnover of over RON 710 million (EUR 157 million), with about 1,100 employees.
Italians’ revenues have grown steadily every year, being five times higher than in 2013, for example, when they started manufacturing espresso machines at Jucu.
Compared to 2015, DeLonghi turnover on the local market has increased by over 40 percent. The Italian giant was profitable in Romania from the first year, in 2016 the net result reaching RON 33 million, more than double the previous year.
DeLonghi bought in 2012 the Nokia factory from Tetarom III Industrial Park in Jucu village, Cluj County, investing about EUR 30 million.