EMCC European Monitoring Centre on Change

Turbine Surface Technologies

Company/Organisation:
Turbine Surface Technologies

Geographic Location

Country: United Kingdom
Region: Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire; East Midlands
Location of affected unit(s): Annesley

Company

Sector: Manufacturing
Manufacture of transport equipment
30.30 - Manufacture of air and spacecraft and related machinery
Number Employed: 600

Employment Effects

Announcement Date: 16-07-2020
Planned Job Reductions min: 106
Planned Job Reductions max: 106
Type of Restructuring: Internal restructuring
Employment Effect Start: 16-06-2020
Foreseen End Date: 30-09-2020

Additional Information

Nottingham-based firm in the aerospace supply chain, Turbine Surface Technologies (TSTL) announced plans to reduce its workforce by 106 jobs due to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on its major client, Rolls-Royce. The company makes coatings for gas turbine components for Rolls-Royce. A joint venture between Rolls-Royce and manufacturing firm Chromally, TSTL employed around 600 people prior to this restructuring.

The firm is part of the large supply chain of SMEs located in the East Midlands that provide parts to the aerospace industry.

Unite, the trade union, is reported as having secured a ‘generous’ redundancy package as it works with the company to try to minimise the number of compulsory redundancies. The job cuts at this firm in the supply chain are linked to the general downturn in the aerospace sector, with Rolls-Royce recently announcing plans to reduce its own workforce (see related factsheet).

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