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New Castalloy workers Martin Parker, Edward Fern and managing director Michael Tamasi celebrate the company's four-year Harley-Davidson extension
"Good news for the 110+ workers on Harley-Davidson's New Castalloy manufacturing plant in Adelaide, Australia: the plant will not shut down, as foretold back in 2011. After shedding about 90 of the 212 workers, H-D also got a rent waive from the South Australia Government, the owner of the Mooringe Ave plant. Such a move was regarded as highly unfair by some of the readers of Austalia's Adelaide Now, as they said that the government help was provided in suspicious conditions, given l..." Continue Reading →
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