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Marsden Point refinery confirms 90 redundancies

Paul McBeth
Thu, 19 Nov 2020

Paul McBeth
Thu, 19 Nov 2020
Refinery NZ has confirmed it will lay off 90 people as it tries to simplify the operations at Marsden Point.It had previously flagged 100 jobs when it unveiled plans last month to shrink its 400-strong workforce by a quarter to help cut annual costs by $20 million.The refinery operator is one of Northland’s biggest employers, with a workforce of about 550, including some 150 contractors. That’s already down from 650 last year.The company has been running the plant at reduced throughput since the covid-19 pandemic slashed global fuel...

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