Aston Martin is to create more than 100 jobs at its St Athan site in Wales, following the launch of its new DBX707 luxury SUV. The DBX707 will enter full production later this quarter at the manufacturer’s plant in South Glamorgan, with more than 100 new skilled automotive technicians required to support it. Applications are open now via Manpower recruitment.
Tobias Moers, CEO of Aston Martin Lagonda says: “As we ramp-up production of the DBX707, we’re delighted to have the opportunity to increase our team at St Athan and create more employment opportunities for the local community. Our DBX SUV is the first Welsh-built production car for nearly 50 years and these new positions are an opportunity to join a team delivering our incredible new DBX707 derivative that is setting new benchmarks for performance in the luxury segment.”
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