Dynamic Controls to cut contractors in NZ

Dynamic Controls, an electronics manufacturer, is considering getting rid of up to 60 contractor staff at Christchurch.

Fairfax’s stuff.com.nz reports that 40-60 jobs would leave after contract manufacturing division work was wrapped up.

"At this stage we cannot confirm how many redundancies could occur because some of the affected staff have skills which are transferable to our Medical Mobility division,” CEO Charlotte Walshe told Stuff.

“However, it's likely that the first of these redundancies will occur in March 2013.”

Walshe also said that Invacare Corporation, the US-based parent company of Dynamic, would be the company’s research and development operations, which had doubled in five years.

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