Το 2015 αποτέλεσε χρονιά ορόσημο για την Lamborghini, αφού για πρώτη φορά στην ιστορία της ξεπέρασε το φράγμα των 3.000, πουλώντας συνολικά, 3.245 αυτοκίνητα. Αυτό, αντιπροσωπεύει αύξηση της τάξης του 28% σε σύγκριση με το 2014 και –εγκυκλοπαιδικά-, 250% σε σύγκριση με το 2010.

Το νούμερο αυτό αναμένεται να αυξηθεί το 2018, καθώς εκείνη τη χρονιά θα μπει στη παραγωγή και η Urus, με την ιταλική εταιρία να εκτιμά ότι θα πουλά 5.000 με 6.000 αυτοκίνητα, πρακτικά διπλασιάζοντας τις πωλήσεις της.

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Για να γίνει αυτό χρειάζεται περισσότερο προσωπικό, γι’άυτό και περίπου 150 άτομα προστέθηκαν στα 1.300 που ήδη απασχολεί το εργοστάσιο της στη Sant’Agata. Οι εργαζόμενοι κάλυψαν θέσεις στη γραμμή παραγωγής, τεχνικών, και εξειδικευμένου προσωπικού, με την αύξηση να συνεχίζεται και το 2016, καθώς από την αρχή του χρόνου έχουν προστεθεί 30 νέοι εργαζόμενοι συναρμολόγησης.

Επίσης, το εργοστάσιο αναμένεται να διπλασιαστεί σε μέγεθος, και από τα 80.000 τ.μ. να φτάσει τα 150.000 τ.μ., ετσι ώστε να φιλοξενηθεί η γραμμή παραγωγής της Urus, στην οποία θα προστεθούν 500 νέοι εργαζόμενοι.

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Automobili Lamborghini just ended 2015 with exceptional results. The all-time record of 3,245 vehicles sold worldwide comes with a rapid growth in workforce, which now stands at 1,300 employees.

More than 150 assembly line workers, technicians and highly qualified specialists have been hired recently with open-ended contracts, bringing the total of permanent employees taken on over the past five years to more than 600.

Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, commented: “Lamborghini is experiencing strong, steady growth in sales and also in its workforce. We are getting ready for groundbreaking changes with the introduction of our third model in 2018, which points to stable, sustainable growth for our company. This is why our investments in human resources are more important than ever, as we continue to focus on excellence and continuous improvements in this new phase of the company’s future.”

The growth trend is destined to continue this year, with equally significant numbers. Since January, 30 new production line workers have joined the company thanks to the system introduced by the new supplementary company agreement. Other new hirings during the year will include technicians working in Quality, R&D, Purchasing, Industrial and Project Management divisions, as well as technical production staff.

The recruitment drive supports the development phase of the Urus: the super sports SUV and the third Lamborghini model. Launched in 2018, the Urus will take the company into a new era. Not only will the production site double in size – from the existing 80,000 m2 to 150,000 m2 – but 500 further new staff will be taken on. 180 of these new contracts have already been finalized.

Investments in human resources are an important part of the company’s corporate responsibility strategy, the aim of which is to create value through a responsible approach to the world and the areas in which

Lamborghini operates, helping to ensure sustainable economic and social development with a constant ecological focus to preserve the planet for current and future generations.

Umberto Tossini, Human Resources and Organization Director commented: “The results achieved are due to the commitment and motivation of our employees. We share with them the same passionate vision in their professional lives and we try to enhance their career aspirations while respecting their family and private life. Our corporate responsibility strategy translates into innovative projects in training activities, in talent development, in health prevention and care and in attention to the future generation.”

Automobili Lamborghini adopts a participatory approach to trade union relationships, which are based on continuous dialog and collaboration in all key aspects of corporate life. One of the recent results of this positive climate was a new supplementary agreement, signed in 2015, which further extended the rights of Lamborghini staff with a particular emphasis on training, pay, and maternity/paternity benefits.