The Canadian-aerospace and rail manufacturer Bombardier will sell its operations in Belfast, Northern Ireland in a pre-emptive move ahead of Brexit.
The company’s committed to finding a buyer that can improve productivity and competitiveness. The plant supplies parts to Bombardier and Airbus, producing engine casings, fuselages, and wings.
With over 3,600 workers, Bombardier is Northern Ireland's biggest employers. The company already shed 490 jobs in November 2018, which was part of an effort...
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