Nissan to create 1,000 jobs in the UK
21 December 2012
Nissan has confirmed that it will create 1,000 jobs in the UK following a £250 million investment.
The Japanese motor group is set to build its new luxury compact car at a plant in Sunderland, beginning production in 2015. 280 jobs will be made at the plant, with the rest at other locations around the country.
Output could reach 60,000 models a year, and Nissan said the car will compete with the A Class Mercedes and BMW 1 Series as an upmarket hatchback.
Nissan’s investment in Britain has passed £3.5 billion and the firm now has a total UK workforce of 6,000.
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