The ripple effect from Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd.’s plan to cut up to 350 jobs and slash production as much as 25% is beginning to be felt, as two domestic parts manufacturers announce moves to eliminate up to 120 workers. The Robert Bosch (Australia) Pty. Ltd.-owned PBR International Ltd. says it is cutting as many as 80 positions, while axle supplier Unidrive Pty. Ltd. will trim 40 jobs. Unidrive blames the move on a number of factors, including higher steel prices, a drop in ...

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