Norwegian engine maker plans new staff downsizing

Prospects for the current year prompt engine supplier Bergen Engines to warn its employees that jobs may be cut.

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Norwegian engine supplier Bergen Engines, owned by Rolls-Royce, has warned its employees that staff numbers are to be reduced, writes domestic media Sysla.

"We're in a cyclical industry, which means we need to keep a continual eye on costs, and as things are looking for 2020, we have to adjust our expenses. That means we also have to look at staffing," Tove Lunde, director of Organization, People & Culture at Bergen Engines, tells Sysla.

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