FINLAND: HKScan eyes 295 job cuts through streamlining

By Michelle Russell | 7 January 2013

Finland-based meat group HKScan plans to cut up to 295 jobs as part of efforts to streamline its subsidiaries in its home country under a cost savings programme announced last week.

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Finland-based meat group HKScan plans to cut up to 295 jobs as part of efforts to streamline its subsidiaries in its home country under a cost savings programme announced last week.

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