German car components manufacturer Bosch has opened a training centre at its plant in Jucu, a centre dedicated for training students in the dual educational system.
The group is still interested in opening a new production unit in the region, and Romania is a “possible and probable” destination, Bosch Romania head Mihai Boldijar has told HotNews.Ro. The group has nearly 5,000 employees in Romania and has invested EUR 300 million during the past ten years.
Bosch has thus officially inaugurated at the plant in Jucu, opened four years ago, a training centre of 4,400 sq m following investments of EUR 6 million, of which EUR 1 million for the dual school.
The centre has training rooms with electronic and electromechanical equipment, and also has engineering laboratories. The company aims to support over 300 training sessions by the end of 2018 at the new centre at the automotive electronics factory.
The group has several production units in the country, the largest number of employees being at Jucu, which was opened four years ago near the Italian manufacturer DeLonghi, the company that took over the site initially occupied by Nokia in the Tetarom industrial park.
Bosch has invested over EUR 60 million in the country last year and plans to increase the production capacity at both Jucu and Blaj plants.