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Editor/Photographer : Mark Charles
August 20 2004
Job cuts "unlikely" at Jaguar.
ICCoventry have just reported that Jaguar has said it is "unlikely" that its decision to cut production will lead to job losses. A Jaguar spokesman said: "We can confirm that we met with unions and we are discussing plans for some production cuts, or adjustments, through the rest of 2004. "These adjustments will be made to meet the expectant demand for the rest of the year. "We are still working out exactly what we are going to do."
Jaguar has 2,500 manufacturing staff at Browns Lane, where the XJ and XK models are made, while 2,300 staff work on the S-Type at Castle Bromwich.
There are a further 2,500 producing the X-Type at Halewood, Merseyside.
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