Glenrothes

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Glenrothes

(ɡlɛnˈrɒθɪs)
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(Placename) a new town in E central Scotland, the administrative centre of Fife: founded in 1948. Pop: 38 679 (2001)
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The company employs approximately 400 people at sites located near Birmingham, England, and Glenrothes, Scotland.
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In addition to its Spencer location, FLEXcon has manufacturing facilities in Columbus, Nebraska, and Glenrothes, Scotland, plus distribution centers across North America, Europe and Asia.
The plant in Glenrothes, Scotland has twice received the Queen's Award for Enterprise for international trade and achieved a sixfold increase in turnover.
The company employs about 150 in metalcasting facilities in Sandusky and Glenrothes, Scotland.
He had served as supply chain manager for FLEXcon Europe since April 2006, and has been instrumental in advancing Lean Manufacturing concepts and the use of Key Performance Indicators within the company's Glenrothes, Scotland manufacturing facility.
The news was also announced by Lord Bach, British Minister responsible for military equipment, during a press conference in Glenrothes, Scotland.
Calluna Plc, the perennially struggling Glenrothes, Scotland, designer of microdisks, has decided to beef up its consumer offerings by rebranding its 260MB Type II PC Card hard drive as 'moveit'.
The jobs will go by the end of March at a manufacturing operation at Glenrothes, Scotland, where the company's surface-mount technology will be out-sourced.
Calluna has headquarters in Glenrothes, Scotland and is floated on the Unlisted Securities Market of the London Stock Exchange.
Frozen food companies from abroad as well as the United Kingdom are being sought for the Fife Food Centre, a complex being developed adjacent to a cold store in Glenrothes, Scotland.