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All Rolls-Royce Marine employees in Norway offered severance packages

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Rolls-Royce Marine has offered all its around 1,650 employees in the group's Norwegian marine division a voluntary severance packages. This comes as part of the company's plans to cut some 800 employees from its global marine business.


BY SØREN PICO
Published 31.01.17 at 07:44

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