Japanese group Takata, which has two factories in Arad county, will hire over 380 staff. The factories produce steering wheels and seat belts.
The Japanese group, which triggered the biggest auto recall in the industry due to malfunctioning air bags, will be acquired by US company Key Safety Systems for USD 1.58 billion, according to Business Review.
Also this month, Takata announced it had 300 vacancies at its Sibiu factory, the group’s third in Romania. The Japanese group currently employs over 4,000 staff.