Contactless smart cards will not wear out unlike swipe readers
Milk and juice carton company Tetra Pak is set to close a depot in Wales, resulting in 150 jobs going. Rik Jacobs, Tetra Pak managing director for the UK and Ireland, said: "The decision to consult on Wrexham's future has been an extremely difficult one, but is necessary to ensure our continued competitiveness. If the proposal to close production in Wrexham goes forward, regrettably there will be significant restructuring and job losses." Mr Jacobs said if the closure went ahead it would offer "fair and equitable severance packages over and above the statutory requirements."
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