Hana Microelectronics Plc is considering a capital expenditure of US$30-35m to expand its production facilities and may hire up to 1,000 more workers this year, according to vicepresident Issara Sivakul. Most of the investments will be made at the Lamphun plant that produces printed circuit board assemblies (PCBA).The facility in northern Thailand is now running at 90% of capacity. The expansion would start in the latter half of this year and take six to 12 months to complete, Mr Issara said.
Hana may hire 1,000 in $30m expansion drive
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