The owners of Vauxhall are reviewing options for the Ellesmere Port car factory, including closing the site if a deal cannot be reached with the Government.
As part of the Ellesmere Port plant’s many biodiversity projects, the latest product to roll out of the Vauxhall plant won’t be a new car, but rather jars of honey thanks to a new workforce of bees and beekeepers situated on the factory site.
Vauxhall has confirmed its Ellesmere Port site will not reopen until September.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 health crisis, Groupe PSA’s priority has been to protect its employees and preserve the company’s long-term future.(more…)
Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port & Luton plant will close over coronavirus fears.(more…)
Vauxhall’s two UK plants have been temporarily shut down in an attempt to minimise the impact of Brexit.
Today, Vauxhall Motors announced that it has entered into a 45-day consultation period with Trade Union and employee representatives to propose a restructuring of the Ellesmere Port Manufacturing Plant.(more…)
Vauxhall’s two UK factories, in Ellesmere Port and Luton could be closed after Brexit, according to a report by Automotive News Europe.(more…)