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Face masks and a factory redesign: How Bentley plans to begin COVID-19 recovery

Face masks and a factory redesign: How Bentley plans to begin COVID-19 recovery

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Bentley will make wearing face masks compulsory at its British car factory and has redesigned the site to introduce a two-metre distance between workers which will see output halved over the first couple of weeks of production, its boss told Reuters.

 

The Volkswagen-owned luxury brand’s site in Crewe is due to reopen on May 11, seven weeks since it shut due to the coronavirus outbreak, making it one of the first automakers to resume production in Britain.

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