PSA was forced to lay off a further 250 jobs in Vauxhall


PSA schrapt nog eens 250 banen bij Vauxhall #1

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The group behind Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall announces further job cuts at the Vauxhall factory in the Uk Ellesmere Port.

PSA reported that in October 2017, after its takeover of Opel (and zustermerk Vauxhall), that the 400 of the 1,900 jobs wanted to delete in the Vauxhall factory at Ellesmere Port in the north of Great Britain. The intention was to plant productivity to increase. Today PSA is that there are a further 250 jobs extra stage, so that the site has a total of one-third of its workforce trashes. From april there would be only one team working. Today in Ellesmere Port, only the Astra break produced.