Johnson Controls Inc. is set to open a new technical center in Trencin, Slovakia, on Oct. 1 to support its growing Eastern European customer base. The new tech center will house offices, computer-aided design workstations, and prototyping and testing equipment for approximately 60 employees, says JCI. Capacity gradually will expand over the next few years as business grows, the supplier says. Media reports put planned investment at 850 million crowns ($26 million). JCI operates 15 plants in ...
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