Ford Britain Shuts Dagenham and Bridgend Engine Plants

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 Dagenham – 40 million engines made.

Ford Motor says that because of the “dramatic impact this ongoing crisis is having on the European market and the supplier industry, we have decided to bring forward part of the summer shutdown period for our UK operations to the Easter period. This means production at Dagenham Engine Plant in east London will temporarily cease from Monday, March 23. Bridgend Engine Plant in South Wales will temporarily cease production from the end of the day on Wednesday, March 25.

In addition, the shutdown period will also be extended across the rest of the Ford business in the UK, excluding a small number of employees supporting business critical activities. During this four-week period, all our employees will receive payments at least equivalent to their base pay.

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