Vauxhall has announced that production will now resume at the Ellesmere Port site on 17th August. During its closure, Ellesmere Port has remained active and implemented a protocol of strengthened health measures. This protocol, approved by Management, has been fully audited, in order to assess its implementation.
Ellesmere Port plant
During its closure, the Groupe PSA Vauxhall site at Ellesmere Port has remained “active” and implemented a protocol of reinforced health measures. This protocol, now approved by Management, has been fully audited, in order to assess its implementation. Ellesmere Port’s Management team has invited Unite, representing plant employees, to make a final review of the safety protocols, before a resumption of manufacturing activity can begin.
Groupe PSA has announced its intention to manufacture the next generation Astra in two plants in Europe. The group has confirmed that the Russelsheim plant will manufacture Astra and that it is planned that the second plant will be Ellesmere Port in the United Kingdom.
As the home of the Vauxhall Astra, Ellesmere Port has been making the British-built car for almost 40 years. Now employees have marked the landmark moment the 4-millionth car rolled off the production line with a choreographed display of 236 Astra Sport Tourers to spell out the feat
Diesel Car brings you the week’s news in one post. Here’s our weekend round-up for the week of 2nd-6th June 2014.