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Oerlikon Solar to start skilled recruitment drive

07 November 2007 | By Mark Osborne | Recruitment News

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Oerlikon Solar has said that as part of a major investment and expansion drive it would start an aggressive recruitment drive for “highly skilled individuals to join its rapidly growing solar team.” 

The thin-film solar turnkey equipment supplier has experienced significant growth in recent years and is planning to double production capacity at its plant as well as boost R&D and pilot line capacity to assist customer training programs.

"This new pilot line will allow us to train customer engineers under real conditions," said Detlev Koch-Ospelt, head of Solar Thin Film. "In addition we can conduct R&D and produce customer samples in a clean room environment.”

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