Friday, November 14, 2008

Staubli To Create New Green Manufacturing Jobs In Duncan, South Carolina

Staubli, a Switzerland-based company, recently announced plans to create 30 to 50 new green manufacturing jobs in Duncan, South Carolina.

The jobs will be at a new manufacturing facility that will produce electrical systems for the solar power industry. Production is slated to begin by the middle of next year.

"Renewable energies are becoming increasingly important for the modern economy," the company stated in a new release published on its website.

Staubli describes itself as an international "mechatronics solution provider with three dedicated divisions: textile machinery, connectors and robotics." The company's headquarters is located in Pfäffikon, Switzerland.


The Green Jobs Report has been tracking the creation of new green manufacturing jobs by the wind and solar power industry since October 24, 2008. 6,390 new green jobs have reported to date.

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