FTG Reaches Agreement With Represented Employees for New Four-Year Contract


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Firan Technology Group Corporation is pleased to announce a new contract with its represented employees at its Circuits – Toronto facility has been negotiated and ratified. 

The contract is for four years. The contract recognizes the strong recovery at that site following the COVID-19 pandemic, the commitment to continuous improvement by everyone, as well as the external environment impacting the Company and its employees.

“I believe the contract is well balanced with improved wages and benefits for the employees that are the direct result of the commitment by everyone to improve productivity through an ongoing focus on operational excellence”, stated Brad Bourne, President and CEO, FTG Corporation. He added, “We are seeing strong demand at that site in 2022 and we can now focus our efforts to ramp up production to support our customers’ needs.”

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