Sisecam Auto Glass Factory in Bulgaria’s Turgovishte Stops Production

Sisecam’s automotive glass factory in Bulgaria’s Turgovishte, Trakiya Otocam stopped its production over the decreased demand in Europe caused by the effects of the financial crisis.

The news was by the factory leader of the Podkrepa Labor Confederation Yuksel Yumerov as quoted by the Pari Daily. The Turkish glass producer Sisecam has four factories in the northeast Bulgarian city of Turgovishte. Yumerov explained none of these was threatened by closure even though the company had already closed three of its plants in Turkey over the consequences of the global financial crisis.

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600450 Sisecam Auto Glass Factory in Bulgaria’s Turgovishte Stops Production
Date: 15 December 2008

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