NETHERLANDS: Campina to cut 250 more jobs
Dutch dairy cooperative Campina will cut a further 250 jobs. The new round of redundancies comes on top of 150 already announced in July. They affect workers in domestic units and are part of a corporate effort to boost profitability by cutting costs. The 400 jobs now on the block will reduce Campina's Dutch workforce by around 11%. The latest round of job cuts will largely affect staff not directly involved in production, reported the Financieele Dagblad.
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