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Aston Martin

Aston Martin is to create 250 jobs at its car plant in Gaydon over the next four years.

Aston Martin is planning to set up a luxury car plant at St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan by 2020, with the creation of 750 jobs.

Aston Martin is to create 20 jobs at a new 27,000 sq ft car dealership due to open at Cribbs Causeway in Bristol this summer.

Aston Martin is considering Bridgend and Birmingham as potential locations for a new factory to produce an electric or hybrid four-wheel-drive car.

Aston Martin is planning to create 250 jobs and invest £20m in the expansion of its car manufacturing plant in Warwickshire.

Aston Martin has submitted plans for a new 220,000 sq ft distribution centre at Tournament Fields in Warwick, with the creation of up to 65 jobs.

Aston Martin has secured £1.6m of government funding to produce the new Rapide S model in Warwickshire, with the creation of 20 jobs.

Aston Martin has sold a £150m stake in its Warwickshire-based luxury car business to Italian private equity firm InvestIndustrial, which will lead to a £500m investment in new products over the next five years.

Aston Martin is setting up a new distribution facility at the 80,000 sq ft Chase Point warehouse on Coventry's Gallagher Business Park.

Aston Martin is to transfer production of the four-door Rapide car from Austria to its Gaydon factory in Warwickshire in 2012.

Aston Martin, the luxury car manufacturer, has been sold by Ford to a consortium of investors backed by Investment Dar and Adeem of Kuwait for £479m, and production at its Warwickshire factory will rise with the creation of at least 200 jobs.

Aston Martin is to relocate sports car production and up to 100 jobs from Newport Pagnell to its Gaydon factory in Warwickshire early next year.

Aston Martin is recruiting a further 200 employees, in order to increase production at its two sports car factories in Warwickshire and Buckinghamshire, while the worldwide dealer network will reach about 140 by the end of the year.