Ekeri is hiring 12 new employees19.9.2022
Thanks to the high demand for our transport solutions with an openable side, we can offer new work opportunities at our factory in Kållby, Pedersöre. We are therefore hiring 12 people in various roles this autumn.
The transport industry is changing and Ekeri is following along, as steady as a five-axle trailer. We are currently looking for fitters, logistics workers, electrical fitters, production planners, bookkeepers and assembly workers with welding skills to strengthen our team.
This year has been challenging in many ways for both individuals and companies. While Ekeri has not been spared, we still have many accomplishments to celebrate. This year, among other things, we have made successful company purchases, switched to climate-neutral production and continued to work with a record backlog.
Ekeri’s Managing Director, Christian Sundqvist, states: “Our employees are directly responsible for our success. Once again, they have proven that you can work efficiently and purposefully while having fun.”
We look forward to welcoming new colleagues who want to be part of manufacturing Europe’s leading transport solutions with an openable side!
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