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Redruth Job Fears at Pall
10:23am 23rd October 2012
Pirate FM has learnt one of Redruth's biggest employers could be facing job losses.
Pall makes industrial filters at its base on the Cardrew Industrial Estate.
The company has about four hundred and fifty staff at its manufacturing site.
Bosses say "a small number" may have to be made redundant, although it is not yet clear how many.
In a statement a spokesperson said: "As part of regular operational reviews, Pall evaluates the workforce needs of its facilities across the globe to ensure the company is structured appropriately to deliver for our customers. In the case of Pall’s Redruth facility, we have determined that a small number of employees may be affected by redundancies.
"We are collaborating with our Employee Consultative Group to find alternative ways to avoid or minimise this impact."10:23am 23rd October 2012
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