Russia's Kalashnikov to create 1700 jobs in 2017
Russia’s famed small arms maker Kalashnikov Concern will increase its staff by at least 30% by creating 1700 new jobs in 2017 amid the surge in export orders, the company's press service said.
"The Kalashnikov Concern will create 1700 new jobs this year and thus will increase its core staff and support staff by at least 30% amid the growing number of export orders," Sputnik cited the press release as saying.
The concern will start working in three shifts, the press service added.
The list of new employees will include adjusters, grinders, toolmakers, millers, press operators, machine operators and others, according to the press service.