Wagon Automotive is an automotive parts company based in Birmingham. The company is controlled by the American businessman Wilbur Ross and employs over 4,000 workers across Europe. Wagon has its roots in Wagon Repairs, a business set up at the end of the First World War to maintain railway rolling stock. It was chosen by Ross as the foundation for a European car parts empire.
- Wagon Automotive cutting 292 jobs, 19 December 2008, news.bbc.co.uk, retrieved at 2 march 2010
- Wagon Automotive enters administration as bank talks break down, Dec 8 2008, birminghampost.net, retrieved at 2 march 2010
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