DENMARK: Danish Crown to cut 115 jobs
Danish meat giant Danish Crown revealed yesterday [Tuesday] that it has laid off 115 employees at its former headquarters of Steff-Houlberg in Ringsted, eastern Denmark. Danish Crown was formed at the beginning of this year, after the merger of Danish meat producers Danish Crown and Steff-Houlberg. Daka, the meat and bone meal (MBM) producer and new owner of the Steff-Houlberg administration building, has said that it will hire fourteen of the staff members who have been made redundant.
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