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HEADS UP, what is this new 4x4 The Grenadier ? Ineos Automotive ?

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Rumour has it,     B.M.W. engines  and will be built in a redundant ford plant,  the fella with the money is mad on Landy,s and is naming it after his favourite pub in London .

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it will never happen................3 other companies have already looked at doing something....the figures just dont add up.....

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On 19/09/2019 at 00:06, scouser said:

Rumour has it,     B.M.W. engines  and will be built in a redundant ford plant,  the fella with the money is mad on Landy,s and is naming it after his favourite pub in London .

Not the ford plant that they were closing in Bridgend?

 

If so good luck, the lads were a nightmare. They were partnered with the factory in London so on London pay rates, every time they tried to reduce it they walked out. They had constant union disputes and walkouts to the point they felt they were untouchable. 

They also intentionally left work undone so they "had to" work weekend, although had pre-booked who was coming in to do it, taking it in turns to get the double time on Saturdays and triple time on Sundays. 

 

Then made themselves not cost effective. Wonder if they'll use the same experienced staff? lol. 

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Strange how non of that activity gets reported when factories get closed down.......

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