EXCLUSIVE: AUSTRALIA: Holden commits to third shift
General Motors affiliate Holden has made a commitment to round-the-clock production to keep pace with global demand for its products, writes Mike Duffy. The car maker will employ an additional 1000 when it commissions the third shift in June. The night shift is expected to generate another 2000 jobs in the components sector.
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