UK: Cadbury to close two UK factories
Confectionery and soft drinks giant Cadbury Schweppes' main UK operating business, Cadbury Trebor Bassett, has announced its proposal to close two factories, in a move that will affect 555 employees. The company plans to close the former Adams plant in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester and the Trebor plant at Brimmington Road, Chesterfield. Production will cease by the end of 2004, with both sites closing in March 2005.
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