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Another Factory Closes In Liverpool

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http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/local-news/2010/08/16/delphi-jobs-fear-at-kirkby-car-technology-plant-100252-27073483/

I used to be based quite close to this plant, i know of a few whom did work for them.....so there will be a knock on effect.

Mike

This is happening countrywide, they'll probably knock the factory down and built a warehouse or supermarket.

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This is happening countrywide, they'll probably knock the factory down and built a warehouse or supermarket.

Times have changed...they woulda put up new build flats 2 years ago...err...I mean luxury apartments :lol::lol::lol::lol:

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It's better to leave the dirty business of manufacturing to the Germans who are known for not owning their homes.

In the UK (the proud nation of homeowners), we don't need factories as our economy is based on house prices.

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http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/local-news/2010/08/04/gas-fire-maker-robinson-willey-shuts-with-loss-of-60-jobs-100252-26990798/

My mate Franks Dad worked for these guys..........@ one time they were VERY big players. If you remember the GAS showrooms in the 70's that was their busy time. 5 months ago i sold a miller & a lathe to a bloke in a unit just behind me who did ALL of their press work........i can only hope Phil has other work.

Mike

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