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Jaguar Land Rover shifts to 24-hour production to keep pace with demand
by Julia Kollewe
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14 August 2012
On 14 August 2012 The Guardian reported:
Jaguar Land Rover has moved to 24-hour production at its Merseyside factory to keep up with demand for the Evoque and Freelander, delivering more good news for Britain's car industry. The carmaker, owned by Indian company Tata Motors, created a further 1,000 jobs at Halewood with the introduction of a night shift. It takes the factory's workforce to 4,500 -- three times the number working there three years ago. The company also wants to build a new engine plant in south Staffordshire that could hire a further 750 workers.
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