Two new leather-goods production sites will open over the coming two years in France to meet surging demand for products that include the $10,000 Birkin handbag, according to Hermes international SCA.
Bordeaux and Paris are the two location in talks, Hermes said Monday. Each will employ about 250 workers. This is an effort to reduce waiting lists for its signature handbags. Ladies, get your man ready. The company is trying to catch up with a high demand of their goods by training leather workers and adding new sites.
While we're happy that you will finally get your own Birkin, we're more excited to help France bring down their unemployment rate.
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