Xaar to axe 20% of workforce after ceramics slowdown


By Jo Francis, 02 October 2014

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Xaar’s Huntingdon site will bear the brunt of planned job cuts of 20% of its worldwide workforce, as the inkjet manufacturer scrambles to cut costs in the wake of yet another warning on trading prospects for the group.

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