JLR invests £450m in jobs and centre

Jaguar Land Rover is to hire “hundreds” of new workers as part of plans to double the size of its site near Wolverhampton.

Thu, 26 Nov 2015

Jaguar Land Rover is to hire “hundreds” of new workers as part of plans to double the size of its site near Wolverhampton.

The BBC reports the car manufacturer is to invest £450m in its engine manufacturing centre, doubling its size to 200,000 sq ft (18,581 sq m).

The number of people working at the South Staffordshire plant is also...

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