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Michelin: Dundee closure to cost £180 million through to 2021

Michelin: Dundee closure to cost £180 million through to 2021

20th November 2018 | 0 Comments

Michelin calculates that closing its tyre factory in Dundee will cost the company £240 million until the end of 2021, however it expects to partially offset this cost with £60 million of savings during this period and then make annual savings of £40 million thereafter.

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First meeting: Michelin Dundee Action Group

13th November 2018 | 0 Comments

Work to find a sustainable future for the Michelin Dundee plant is now underway – after Scotland’s Economy Secretary Derek Mackay convened the first meeting of the Michelin Dundee Action Group yesterday. Meeting in Dundee, Mackay tasked the group with exploring what can be done to retain the plant in Dundee and how it could be repurposed in the future towards manufacturing related activity.

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Michelin Dundee closure: Scotland’s Economy Secretary convening action group

Michelin Dundee closure: Scotland’s Economy Secretary convening action group

8th November 2018 | 0 Comments

Scotland’s Finance and Economy Secretary, Derek Mackay, held urgent talks yesterday with trade unions and the management of Michelin Tyre Company Ltd. to discuss the future of the Dundee car tyre plant, following confirmation of Michelin’s intention to close the plant by 2020.

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Scottish Government invests £2.5 million to cut emissions

Scottish Government invests £2.5 million to cut emissions

2nd March 2015 | 0 Comments

Harmful emissions from Scotland's public sector fleets will be further reduced thanks to a £2.5 million Scottish Government investment announced by the Minister for Transport and Islands Derek Mackay. The 'Switched On Fleets' initiative provides a major funding boost and is aimed at driving forward public sector fleets' green credentials by increasing the number of electric vehicles on the road.

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