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Aptuit announces UK job cuts

Contract research company announces undisclosed number of job losses at its Deeside base

US-owned Aptuit, which provides research, development and clinical packaging under contract for firms across the UK, has announced job cuts at its plant in Flintshire, UK.

The company employs 200 people at its base on Deeside Industrial Park, but has refused to say how many of these jobs it plans to axe. Citing the current economic climate as the cause of this action, Aptuit claims it has made "operational decisions to secure the strength of its service offering and optimally position company resources for the future".

A spokeswoman for the company stated: "Aptuit will continue to provide support during this transition period for affected employees." She continued: "Aptuit has worked to ensure this reduction positions the company to meet current demand and future growth opportunities, and every effort is being made to ensure the company continues to deliver quality services to customers."

18th August 2009

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