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Andy Downes  says:

Ducati factory escapes earthquake damage

The Ducati factory in Bologna has been evacuated after being hit by an earthquake earlier today; no damage has been reported and there are no casualties but the entire workforce has been sent home in case of aftershocks. The Bologna area was hit by an earthquake of magnitude 5.2 earlier today, just five months after the region was hit by another...

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

Update

Ducati are now saying that it hit the electrics assembly line and caused 2 million Euros worth of improvements.

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princeofrepsol

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rossi supporters.....

must be devastated, they have been deathriding ducati for a couple of years now, bunch of shameful jerks.

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yzrm1

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yzrm1 says:

better

better too have an earthquake than an preziosi!!!!

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kevinschwantz

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Ducati

Ducati is a fantastic brand that makes great bikes with heart and soul! So you haters just need to grow up!!!

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venturer

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Emilia Romagna

Emilia Romagnait's,,,Ducati  is not just a factory, it's a community, the thing is you have a lot of production of the most beautiful products from emilia romagna, not just Ducati, in fact sangiovese is the life blood, then you have the hams and cheese, let alone 1000 natural products and the engineering skills to make motorbike and cars parts, something we have lost in the UK to the service sector. Yes I'll wash your shirt , but if nobody is working, there is nobody to buy shirts, nobody to ware them and thus there is nobody needed to clean them or even make shirts, then the service sector has failed, we in the UK have already destroyed our manufacturing base so there is nothing left. Italy still has something that the UK has lost.      
 

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venturer

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venturer says:

Emilia Romagna

Emilia Romagnait's,,,Ducati  is not just a factory, it's a community, the thing is you have a lot of production of the most beautiful products from emilia romagna, not just Ducati, in fact sangiovese is the life blood, then you have the hams and cheese, let alone 1000 natural products and the engineering skills to make motorbike and cars parts, something we have lost in the UK to the service sector. Yes I'll wash your shirt , but if nobody is working, there is nobody to buy shirts, nobody to ware them and thus there is nobody needed to clean them or even make shirts, then the service sector has failed, we in the UK have already destroyed our manufacturing base so there is nothing left. Italy still has something that the UK has lost.      
 

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AlexDAbomB69 says:

Actually

Britain is Europes third biggest car manufacturer and we are going to overtake French production in the next five years. Triumph motorcycle sales are healthy in a dwindling market place and the bikes made are very reliable, a reputation that Italian products unfortunately do not have.

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Piglet2010 says:

British Manufacturing?

@ AlexDAbomB69 - I thought my Bonnie (2013) was made in Thailand?

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