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Published: 14th February 2006

160 jobs facing axe in closure

OVER 160 workers are facing the axe after Federal Mogul announced plans to close its operation at the once massive Turner’s complex.

The US car part manufacturers told its Rochdale workers on Friday to expect redundancies, stating that production was likely to close at the end of the year and be switched to either South Africa or France.

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70 council workers to lose jobs

by Hannah Mlatem

SEVENTY workers at Monmouthshire county council are set to lose their jobs as the authority tries to save £250,000 from its budget.


Avis Europe to cut 200 jobs

15/02/2006 12:11

LONDON (Reuters) - Car rental firm Avis Europe said on Wednesday it planned to cut around 200 jobs as it grapples with tough competition, but that it expected full-year results to beat market expectations.

Europe’s biggest car rental firm said most of the job losses would be at its European headquarters and in its UK and German operations.

It also unveiled plans to transfer 180 positions from Manchester to its Barcelona call centre, as well as further transfers of roles to its Budapest service centre.

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Steel giant axes 155 jobs

15 February 2006 WANT TO KNOW MORE?

>STEEL giant Corus is to close one of its mills, with the loss of 155 jobs, it was announced today. The company said it could not rule out compulsory redundancies at the Brinsworth plant in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.


REDUNDANCIES: Jobs to go at video company

UP to 20 jobs are set to go at a Peterborough-based video rental and entertainment company.

Home Entertainment Corporation (HEC), which owns the Choices UK chain along with mail order and film distribution businesses, is asking staff to consider taking voluntary redundancy.

The company employs about 550 people at its head office in Southgate Way, Orton Southgate, Peterborough.

HEC has seen huge growth since it was set up in 1985, but tough trading conditions in recent months mean it needs to cut costs and run more


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