Murray Goulburn has announced it will shed 54 positions across five factory sites in Victoria.May 28, 2014 1:00pm
Murray Goulburn has announced it will shed 54 positions across five factory sites in Victoria.
Four will go at Cobram and three at Rochester.
Managing director Gary Helou said the redundancies come as a result of changes within their operational processes and activities.
All impacted staff will receive full entitlements, be offered counselling and career transitioning services.
Murray Goulburn recently announced a $90 million upgrade for the Cobram factory.
The reduction in permanent roles is made up of 13 positions at Kiewa; 4 at Cobram; 23 at Leongatha; 3 at Rochester; and 11 at Maffra.
The company employs more than 2000 people.
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