Archive : Jaguar Production Rise

Carole Nash Classic Insurance Specialists

Jaguar P.L.C. increased its car production 14 percent in the first nine months of 1987 over the corresponding period in 1986, to a record 35,087 units, it said today. ”Demand for our cars in all world markets has never been higher,” Roger Putnam, Jaguar’s director of marketing, said. ”We are increasing production steadily.” Worldwide sales in the January-to-September period totaled 35,319 cars, 18 percent above the 1986 period, the company said.

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