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Leyland Trucks

Leyland Trucks has won permission from South Ribble Council to expand its facility in Farington Moss, including office space for up to 100 staff.

Leyland Trucks is to increase truck production at its Lancashire factory by 17% to 20,000 trucks a year next month, securing the future of the 1,200-strong workforce and creating "further job opportunities".

Leyland Trucks is creating 30 new jobs at its factory near Preston having won a contract to fit braking systems on Ministry of Defence vehicles.

Leyland Trucks is to build up to 4,500 trucks a year for its sister company Daf of the Netherlands, creating about 300 extra jobs at its Lancashire plant.

Paccar of the US has acquired Leyland Trucks for undisclosed terms, as part of its expansion into the European truck manufacturing sector.