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Jaguar Land Rover

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2008 The company was established when Tata Motors acquired the Jaguar and Land Rover businesses from Ford

2013 March 31st. In the year ended, Jaguar Land Rover sold a total of 374,636 units, of which 316,043 were Land Rovers and 58,593 were Jaguars. In that period 21.6% of sales were in Europe (excluding the United Kingdom and Russia), 20.6% in China, 19.3% in the United Kingdom, 16.8% in the United States, 4.8% in Asia Pacific (excluding China) and 16.9% in the rest of the world

Manufacturing plants -

  • Castle Bromwich - Assembly for Jaguar
  • Halewood - Body and Assembly
  • Gaydon - Engineering and Development
  • Solihull - Assembly for Range Rover and Land Rover
  • Warwick University - Advanced Research
  • Whitley - Engineering and Development
  • Wolverhampton- Engine Assembly
  • Pune, India
  • Changsu, China

2015 Employing 32,000 persons worldwide.[1] Hailwood 4,000[2] Castle Bromwich 2,000[3] Solihull c10,000[4] Wolverhampton Engine Plant 700+[5]

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