Taxis! Black cabs jobs boost for Coventry | The Guardian

1000Up to a thousand new jobs are planned at a new black cab plant in Coventry following a £250m investment by the London Taxi Company’s Chinese owner, Geely.

It will be home to the company’s research, development and assembly operations, including the development of electric and ultra-low emission black cabs.

Construction work on the new plant is scheduled to begin in June this year, with production expected to start in April 2017. LTC’s existing plant in Coventry, which has been running for almost 70 years, will close and its 240-strong workforce will move to the new factory.

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