EIGHTY-SIX people were last night told they face redundancy from a North-East engineering company after a dramatic downturn in sales in recent weeks.
The jobs blow from Thyssenkrupp (TK) Tallent comes only two months after it announced a further 40 potential redundancies as it restructured its operation in the face of the economic downturn.
The Newton Aycliffe-based company, which employs more than 900 workers, said the move was due to “the challenges of the current economic climate (which) have resulted in a significant reduction in sales demand,”
Unfortunately, we are likely to see more of these headlines, particularly relating to manufacturers involved in the automotive or construction supply lines.
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