Sweden -SKF announces job cuts -January 28, 2015

The world's biggest producer of ball bearings SKF announced massive job cuts even though its net profits soared fivefold in 2014.

The world's biggest producer of ball bearings SKF announced massive job cuts even though its net profits soared fivefold in 2014. The Gothenburg-based company - which employs worldwide 48,600 people - believes the cost-cutting measures will yield a 7.5% productivity improvement over the coming two years.

English: http://www.thelocal.se/20150128/huge-cuts-at-sfk-gothenburg  


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