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Rolls Royce To Add 400 Workers In Sussex

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Rolls-Royce set to expand Goodwood plant

By Roland "Rolly" Gribben

Last Updated: 1:21am BST 09/10/2007

In demand: Rolls-Royce's Phantom drophead coupe
Rolls-Royce Motors plans to recruit another 300-400 workers and add a second assembly line at its Goodwood, Sussex, plant to cope with what the BMW-owned luxury carmaker describes as "unprecedented customer demand".
New model launches and a 22pc rise in sales in the first nine months this year means the current plant is running flat out to meet demand.
Extra shifts and overtime working are planned for the rest of the year to cope with the backlog of orders, providing the 550 to 600-strong workforce with an earning boost.
The new Phantom IX with large rear windows is expected to be popular among Russian and Bulgarian immigrants as they cruise the countryside to view and snap up Country Homes to add to their London property portfolios

Italics mine, but I think you know what I mean. :angry:

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