Whilst the company has announced its intention to leave the UK market - and sell its operations in Wales, they have confirmed that the interests of employees at the affected sites will be of the utmost importance. We have been working very closely with the company and we will work with prospective new buyers to offer any assistance as appropriate from the Welsh Government to secure the viability and future of the sites in Wales.
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