Schefenacker says to cut 100 Engelmann jobs


LONDON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Troubled German auto parts maker Schefenacker AG will cut 100 jobs at two German plants of the Engelmann group, which it took over earlier in 2006, the company said on Tuesday. It said each of the Wedemark and Hattorf plants -- with the former making fuel filler flaps and the latter focused on injection moulding and painting -- would have 100 permanent employees. The two plants currently employ a total of 150 permanent and 150 temporary staff. The Wedemark ...

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