Plant will build engines for upcoming midsize sports sedan.
Jaguar Land Rover launches a campaign to recruit 1,400 workers for its new £500 million ($821.4 million) engine production center near Wolverhampton, U.K. The first phase will see the creation of about 600 manufacturing roles in the next four years at the plant 145 miles (233 km) northwest of London. With JLR bringing engine supply back to its production doorstep, the new workers will be required to help build the brand’s new family of high-technology, low-emission engines. The ...
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