Ineos chairman: Another 15-20 years of work at plant

Calum McLean, chairman of Ineos Grangemouth, has said that there is a 15-20 year future for the petrochemical plant.

He said there had been a "change of mind" by the Unite union and that the firm had received a "very clear message from the employees".

He added that the company plans to invest a further £300 million in the plant and that "redundancies will be very limited".

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Grangemouth: Unite rep resigns

Stevie Deans, the Unite union official at the centre of the Grangemouth dispute, has resigned from his job at the plant, its owner Ineos has confirmed.