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Autoliv to open engineering centre in Palas Iasi project

The Iulius Company signed a partnership with Autoliv, a global leader in the manufacture of automotive safety systems, as per which the Romanian subsidiary of the Swedish manufacturer will open an engineering centre based in the Palas Iasi mixed-use project. The new operation will be located in United Business Centre (UBC), the class A office buildings within the Palas project in Iasi.

2017-06-14 13:45:30

The partnership between these two companies continues in Iasi after the one in Timisoara, where the local Autoliv team relocated early this year in the first of the seven office buildings designed for the Openville mixed-use project developed by Iulius
"We are coming to Iasi in order to offer engineering jobs that make full use of the engineers' potential, said Ionel Fierbinteanu, Country Manager Autoliv Romania. "We want to get them involved in global scale, high-impact projects, so that we may also develop high class technology here, just like we do in Timisoara. Our partnership with the Iulius Group in Timisoara, where Autoliv is located in the UBC 2 building, will continue in Iasi. In this context, UBC Palas Iasi as the location for our offices was a natural choice."

The centre based in Palas Iasi, where the Autoliv team will develop its own projects autonomously and covering a very broad range of activities locally, after the learning period conducted with the support of the colleagues in Timisoara, will become operational as of the second half of June. The engineers will mainly be developing software for state of the art Active Safety products, as well as for Passive Safety systems. Over the next two to three years, Autoliv Romania intends for its Iasi based operations to grow up to over 200 employees, with the recruitment process being particularly focused on engineers specialized in developing and testing automotive safety systems.



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