Tulip Bodmin site to remain open, but more job losses announced
11th Feb 2020 / By Alistair Driver
Tulip has confirmed that its site in Bodmin will remain open, although a total of 124 jobs have been lost as part of the recovery plan.
In October, Tulip began a consultation on closing its ‘unsustainable’ Bodmin site, which it said would put the 270 jobs there at risk. It stressed, however, that closure was not a foregone conclusion and that it was seeking to galvanise employees, customers and suppliers to ‘agree a viable plan for the sustainable future of the site’.
Today, Tulip announced that a recovery plan for the Cornish manufacturing site now been agreed, securing its future.
Throughout the consultation, the site has seen a reduction in headcount by 75, either through redundancy or resignation. Today, Tulip announced an additional 49 redundancies, bringing the total headcount remaining at the site to 146, compared with the 270 at the start of the process.
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