Brexit boost as French owners pledge to dramatically raise production at Vauxhall's van plant in Luton



The new French owner of Vauxhall has announced it will increase production at the company’s vans factory in Luton despite concerns over the impact of looming Brexit.
PSA, which owns Peugeot and Citroen and bought Vauxhall from General Motors last year, said the UK plant will increase production to 100,000 vans a year from 2019 - up from the current 59,000.
The next model of Vivaro van will still be built in Luton, and so will the new Peugeot and Citroen models. The move is expected to safeguard all of the 14,000 jobs at the UK factory, which is Britain's only remaining van factory, and to... read more

 
4 April 2018 in Business, Views: 66
Source: Daily Mail
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