FRANKFURT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Daimler AG will add 900 jobs at its trucks plant in Woerth, Germany, from the start of next year amid solid demand in the market, the company said on Tuesday. The move entails taking on around 250 temporary staff, transfers from other plants and new hires, a statement said. An accord reached by management and labour calls for flexible work schedules that take into account swings in market conditions.
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