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    Around forty jobs under threat at Eurostation

    The Eurostation Board of Directors announced today (Wednesday) of its intention to proceed with collective redundancy of part of its employee base. This is owing to a significant reduction in turnover. This drop “is only on track to become more marked over the course of the next few years.”

    The company, which is a subsidiary of SNCB, went further saying, “This is in the light of the reduction in the number of projects, as well as various services falling within the scope of building projects.”

    Around 40 jobs out of 172 within the company are currently under threat.

    Created in 1992, Eurostation is a subsidiary of SNCB, specialised in the study, development, completion and maintenance of railway stations.

    Eurostation also specializes in the development of TGV termini and general railway projects in the broadest sense of the term.

    Christopher Vincent
    The Brussels Times