BAE Systems plans to add 150 jobs.
Michael A. Heffron, president of the division, told the New Hampshire Union Leader that, "at the business unit level, the operating group will probably grow a little bit better than the market is doing fight now and our competitors, so we're pretty confident that we'll do very well."
He said that in 2007. "we finished our year with an 8.3 percent top line (revenue) growth, and we're hopeful that we continue that."
On the heels of this announcement, BAE said it would also cut 57 jobs in its Nashua, Hudson and Merrimack facilities, including its print shop.
Clark P. Dumont, vice president of communications for the company's Nashua-based segment, Electronic & Integrated Solutions, said the cuts were due to efforts to maximize resources and lower costs.
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|Publication:||New Hampshire Business Review|
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|Date:||Apr 25, 2008|
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