In October 2020, the automaker had already hired 272 temporary workers for the factory. In five months, the industry created 750 new jobs
In the midst of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic of the new coronavirus, Iveco announced, this Friday (29), the hiring of 478 temporary workers to work in the company’s industrial complex in Sete Lagoas, in the central region of the state.
The new employees will reinforce the production of commercial vehicles, which have been in high demand. In October 2020, Iveco had already hired 272 temporary workers for the factory. In five months, the corporation created 750 new vacancies.
For Márcio Querichelli, leader of Iveco in South America, this movement prepares the automaker for the challenges of 2021. There is a prospect of increased demand for trucks in the segments, mainly retail, agribusiness and vocational.
“Our team is ready to keep Iveco up and hiring is necessary to meet market growth. This is the result of the automaker’s new moment in the country, consolidating strong investments and the renewal of its line-up in recent years ”.
Inaugurated in 2000, the Iveco factory was designed based on the concepts of World Class Manufacturing (WCM), one of the highest quality standards in the global industry for the integrated management of factories and production, and it highlights the Development Center of Product (CDP), which brings together specialists from different areas in order to develop new technologies and products that provide more productivity for the energy efficient operator.
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