Leader of the Welsh Conservatives and South Wales Central AM, Andrew RT Davies, said:
“These proposals are worrying, particularly with a view to the firm’s long term future in the Vale.
“Just last year the operation received a boost when it was chosen to work on the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, so this news does come as something of a surprise.
“Whilst reports suggest that these are going to be voluntary redundancies, there is some concern among staff that this could lead to compulsory job cuts if the numbers are insufficient.”
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