ERJ staff report (LMH)
Dundee, Scotland -- Tyre company Michelin is considering an extensive investment in its Dundee plant, safeguarding current jobs and creating about 140 more, according to the BBC.
BBC Scotland news said the group was considering installing new production machinery at the Baldovie Road factory, and some 140 new jobs could be created in response to growing demand for the French manufacturer's premium tyre products.
Michelin is reported as saying it has been in discussion with the Scottish government over the plant's future over the past year.
The Dundee site, which is Scotland's only tyre factory, opened in 1972 and currently employs about 750 people.
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Article from BBC Scotland
Michelin UK website