Feature Article: Holden Production Moving To Single Shift As Exports Stall, Casual Workers To Go
Holden has announced that the General Assembly line at its Adelaide manufacturing plant will move to a single shift in May.
The move will see the loss up to 100 temporary and casual contractors, but with no voluntary or forced redundancies for permanent Holden employees.
The new shift pattern will see the carmaker move to a new 60-second production cycle, allowing for production to stay at around 400 vehicles per day.
Speaking with The Advertiser, Holden boss Mike Devereux s... continue reading