Jaguar Land Rover is creating 1,000 jobs at its U.K. Halewood plant to support increased production of its Freelander and Evoque models. The auto maker, owned by Tata Motors of India, will move to 24-hour production as it increases its workforce at Halewood to almost 4,500 – triple the number employed there just three years ago. Tata acquired the Jaguar and Land Rover brands from Ford in 2008. Des Thurly, human resources director-Jaguar Land Rover, says the auto maker is moving ...
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