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  • Phone, Suggest a phone number · Address, Suggest an address Mitsubishi Tonsley Park, Adelaide, South Australia. Posts about Mitsubishi Tonsley Park.

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    In its heyday Mitsubishis Tonsley Park plant in Adelaide employed more than 4 people Today there were just a few hundred to see the last.

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    It's really up to us. Food Night Safari Adelaide. Some people do some training.. Yes, I found a job. If you think Adelaide is boring, the problem is not with Adelaide.

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    The Tonsley Redevelopment Project - Adelaide

    Join Mark for the latest current affairs, wrapping the major stories of each day. This is a transcript from PM. The program is broadcast around Australia at 5: Not sure what this is? In its heyday, Mitsubishi's Tonsley Park plant in Adelaide employed more than 4, people.

    Today there were just a few hundred to see the last car roll off the plant's production line. The plant is now effectively closed after 45 years during which it built more than 1. The union representing Mitsubishi workers, the AMWU, says only 10 per cent of workers have found new jobs.

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    Nance Haxton reports from Adelaide. Richard Bevan has worked for Mitsubishi on maintenance at the Tonsley Park plant for 20 years. He says while he's sad that the Tonsley Park plant is closing, the company has done all it can for workers. So, is there any bitterness about the way that the plant's been closed? No, I don't think anyone is angry at the company for anything like that, no, definitely not.

    And they've looked after the workers, have they? With redundancies and finding us jobs and everything like that, yeah, very good. Have you found a job yourself? Yes, I found a job. I start in a weeks' time. And that's through Mitsubishi, they've helped us find that work, so yeah. Mitsubishi Motors Australia president Robert McEniry says the company would prefer to see the Tonsley Park site used for something positive for Adelaide by continuing manufacturing at the site in some form.

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    Yeah, yeah, it's clearly been an emotional rollercoaster for the last couple of months really. And when you see what a great team we've got here and that we'll have to be parting ways is very emotional.

    Our primary objective has, since we announced and made very clear to the Government that our, Mitsubishi would like to leave some form of legacy here in the manufacturing sector in South Australia. And if that can be, you know, that wish can be fulfilled that would be our most desired outcome. But the union representing workers at the site is more concerned. Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union state secretary John Camillo says the information they're receiving from shop stewards on the ground is that only around 10 per cent of workers at the site have found full-time employment.

    It'll be very emotional because these people worked together for quite a number of years and so on. But today is the last day for Mitsubishi operations in Australia and these workers are very, very sad in regards to being able to work on a very, very good vehicle for a number of years. And unfortunately that wasn't going to be the case and it's a sad day. The union is most concerned about the workers with less specialised skills, such as those on the assembly line.

    Mitsubishi tonsley park

    But these women say that while they don't have jobs now, they're confident of finding work soon. It's really up to us. A lot of people want to go for a holiday first before they look for a job, like me. Some people do some training.. I reckon there is a good career for us, change career. But they never stop helping us, those job network. What about all these job offers in Queensland or WA in the mines whatever?

    I think it's going too far. Queensland too cold for me. So that's not tempting? Laughter You'd prefer to stay here in Adelaide? Tomorrow the workers that remain will have a barbecue at the Tonsley Park site before the decommissioning process begins. The South Australian Government has put in a tender to buy the site from Mitsubishi, but Deputy Premier Kevin Foley says it is ultimately up to Mitsubishi what will become of it.

    Making Cars @ Tonsley Park - The Mitsubishi Story (Pt.1)



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