Jon Stanley, Rolls-Royce, Goodwood, West Sussex

Jon Stanley, Public relations director at Goodwood talked about the people that worked at Goodwood, creating Rolls-Royce.

The Rolls-Royce Ghost will be built on it’s own dedicated production line at Goodwood but will share paint, wood and leather workshops with the Phantom series of cars. Rolls-Royce has expanded all areas of it’s manufacturing facility over the last 18 months to prepare for the introduction of the Ghost model.

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is planning to increase it’s manufacturing workforce by 50 per cent. More than 150 new jobs have been created to support the production of the company’s new model, the Rolls-Royce Ghost. By the end of 2009 Rolls Royce will have created almost 400 new jobs in under two years, bringing the total number of employees based at Goodwood, West Sussex to 900.

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