Starlim ramps up production, hiring with major expansion
From auto parts to medical devices, a London company is preparing to ramp up production and bring in more workers. The expansion of its main plant is now complete. From auto parts to medical devices, a London company is preparing to ramp up production and bring in more workers. The expansion of its main plant is now complete. Starlim North America on Tartan Drive unveiled its new 14,850-square- Friday afternoon- Two years of construction. Vice President of North America, Starlim said: \"Growth is good President Vijai Lakshmikanthan. \"This is a big step. This is the biggest single. A step-by-step expansion in Starlim history. ”The Austria- It is headquartered in five countries. It makes custom silicone products, everything from car parts to medical devices, waterproof seals and baby products. Lakshmikanthan said the building space Currently expanded is large, but the injection molding machine will start in Austria next month. The factory currently has 52 heights. Professional production of machines. The expansion will accommodate another 75 people. Big Day in North America! The Oriental LdnOnt maker is celebrating its grand opening of 165,000 square feet. ft. This is a major project that will create 120 jobs in the next five years. pic. twitter. com/9307S0hSIY— Jennifer Beiman (@JenatLFPress) Some new machines will make medical equipment in October 26, 2018. Grading equipment in the health sector-part of the fast-growing Starlim business. These machines will be placed in a new clean room. Areas with strict hygiene requirements- At the Gezi Avenue hotel. In addition to the new production space, the East London factory now has new cafeteria, more office and warehouse facilities. With its new production capacity, Starlim North America will employ up to 120 skilled workers in the next five years, bringing its total number of employees to about 230. \"As more machines are added to the building, we will grow,\" Lakshmikanthan said . \". \"We have been looking for talented people, technicians. Lakshmikanthan said that the main investment came at the right time, and now part of Canada -- EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)are in effect. \"It\'s really good for us. We have a special section and we have a 6. The tariff we will ship back to Austria is 5 per cent, \"said Lakshmikanthan. \"This was eliminated overnight by CETA. \"With the conclusion of international trade agreements, the EU\'s tariffs on Canadian goods accounted for 98. Gerry Macartney, managing director and chief executive of the London Chamber of Commerce, said Starlim\'s growth since its opening in London in 2005 was something other foreign investors should be looking. \"This is a very successful story,\" he said . \" \"In fact, we have such a factory in London. That\'s European. This is a good sign of investment in London. . . . It\'s a good message to send out.