Aston Martin continues with Welsh plant investment post-Brexit

28th June 2016 | 0 Comments
 
Aston Martin continues with Welsh plant investment post-Brexit
Aston Martin is continuing to with its plans to build a £200 million factory in Wales after the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. Crossover/SUV models such as the DBx are likely to be made there.

Aston Martin is going ahead with previously announced plans for a new £200 million manufacturing plant in St Athan, Wales despite the UK voting to leave the European Union. It seems that company remains optimistic about its plans at least partly because a weaker pound makes the carmaker’s exports more attractive.

Aston Martin president and CEO Dr Andy Palmer said in a statement that the UK’s Brexit vote won’t change the company’s expansion plans.

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