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Bentley in recruitment drive

Bentley is embarking on a recruitment drive for temporary production jobs ahead of the launch of two new models next year at its Crewe factory.

An unspecified number of assembly, paint shop workers, body workers and metal finishers are needed for Bentley’s Azure and Continental GTC models.

The temporary positions, which include skilled and semi-skilled workers, are anticipated to run until the end of 2006.

The convertible GTC, which was unveiled at Frankfurt this autumn and will go on sale in late 2006, will add to the four-door Flying Spur derivative of the Continental GT coupé. It takes 680 man hours to build.

(Source: Staffordshire Sentinel)

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