Rolls-Royce UK staff strike over possible Singapore switch

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2020/11/06 | 330 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY

Staff at a factory in northwest England run by engines maker Rolls-Royce on Friday began a three-week strike over the possible relocation of operations to Singapore, the British aerospace giant confirmed.The industrial action at the facility, in the town of Barnoldswick, Lancashire, is scheduled to last until November 27, the Unite trade union said separately."We are working hard to mitigate any risk that this will have to our customers," a Rolls spokeswoman told AFP.The facility employs 550...(…)

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