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Mesh has made nine people redundant at its Edinburgh plant.

The UK PC maker said the redundancies were the result of its plans to introduce a night shift, with the workers unwilling to work the shifts.

Three of the nine staff have since returned to the outfit to work its quality control division. The others have been replaced - headcount at the Edinburgh section of the business remains at 53, the company said today.

This adds to three repairs workers in London that Mesh made redundant in May. A Mesh representative said the layoffs were the result of the company getting "considerably less repair work". ®

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