Norwegian industry group Glamox will close one of four offices in its home country and will move production to Keila, Äripäev reports.
Lighting producer Glamox HE will create 15 new jobs.
The move will help Glamox to save money and increase productivity.
“The production volume will increase by about 1/3. We’ve done earlier preparations since we lacked room before. So we already have building’s extension and machinery, which is why moving production from Norway to Estonia needs no additional investments,” Meelis Peterson, the CEO of Glamox HE said.
He didn’t say how much the company will save.
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