Tata Motors stalls JLR production


‘UNCERTAINCY’ OVER BREXIT LEADS TO BRITISH CUTBACKS   TATA Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover has announced plans to cut production at one of its UK plants in the wake of “uncertainty” around the Brexit vote as well as the future of diesel vehicles.   Britain’s largest car manufacturer, however, indicated that a change to the current three-shift production line is not likely to lead to job losses.   Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), which had a “record breaking year” in vehicle sales in 2017, will make “some temporary adjust­ments” to the production schedule at Halewood in Merseyside, England from the second quarter of this year.  …

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