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Chemical firm to hire up to 100 workers in Londonderry, NH
« on: August 02, 2012, 11:28:15 am »

Chemical firm to hire up to 100 workers in Londonderry

LONDONDERRY— An international chemical company with a steady presence in Londonderry plans to hire up to 100 additional workers during the next two years.

This week, company officials from Kluber Lubrication North America Limited Partnership, a subsidiary of Freudenberg Chemical Specialties, announced plans to expand production with the hire of new employees and also hinted at hopes for a possible facility expansion.

Located at 32 Industrial Drive, the Londonderry site serves as Kluber's North American headquarters.

The plan, officials said, is part of Freudenberg North America Limited Partnership's (FNALP) extensive growth strategy that will ultimately invest millions in capital expenditures in the Granite State in the coming years.

“We are looking to partner with the state to help us develop technical resources, apprenticeship, internship training programs and a level playing field,” FNALP president Leesa Smith said in a written statement. “Our competence and business in New Hampshire has grown, and we need to establish meaningful partnerships in order to address challenges and leverage opportunities across the state's manufacturing base.”

Freudenberg operates three companies, seven industrial facilities and already employs 1,300 associates in New Hampshire alone.

In addition to the Londonderry Kluber branch, the company also owns Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies in Bristol and Northfield. The company plans to hire additional workers at those facilities as well, according to Indira Sadikovic, communications manager at Freudenberg North America Limited Partnership.

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