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Heineken Romania gives up the malt production and sacks 61 employees

de Dragos Comache, transl/adapt. C.B.
Joi, 17 septembrie 2009, 17:09 English | Bucharest

Heineken Romania will renounce producing malt in the plants from Hateg, Craiova and Miercurea-Ciuc starting October 19. The producer announced on Thursday that this decision is to encourage the company's efficiency. As a result 61 people will be sacked.  

"They will benefit from professional counselling and assistance in looking for a work place. Additionally, we agreed with the unions over a financial compensation package which we will grant as a result of concluding their work contract", Heineken Romania general manager Jan Derck van Karnebeek declared.

The company's representatives said that the decision will not affect the beer production in Romania, for Heineken Romania is to buy malts from other providers. They hope that the measure will help optimise costs, development opportunities, existent capacities and the future investment needs.

According to the company's report, Heineken Romania currently produces malt at high costs triggered by large water and energy consumption. Plus the capacity of the three plants is relatively low, the company claims.

Heineken Romania has five beer plants: in Constanta (South-East), Craiova (South), Hateg (Central), Miercurea-Ciuc and Targul-Mures (both Central-North) and currently employs 1.300 staff.   

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