The end of vehicle production in Australia will lead to the loss of up to 33,000 jobs in the automotive supply chain, the Federation of Automotive Products Manufacturers estimates. FAPM CEO Richard Reilly says Toyota Australia’s decision to cease manufacturing in 2017, following Ford and GM Holden, likely will mean the complete demise of the Australian auto industry unless all industry stakeholders adopt radical new thinking. “Traditional automotive manufacturing will go ...
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