Wärtsilä to terminate up to 450 job positions in Italy

Finnish engine manufacturer Wärtsilä plans to dial down production at its Italian factory, and this may impact around 450 employees.

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Engine manufacturer Wärtsilä intends to shut down production of engines at its factory in Italian city Trieste, and this may affect up to 450 employees.

The decision is part of an optimization plan for the company’s business within engine manufacturing in Europe, according to an announcement.

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