Nokia will make up to 1,000 people redundant at its manufacturing facility in Salo, Finland, reports Reuters. The company ended talks with staff this week with jobs at the last large mobile handset factory in Western Europe now due to be cut during the year, with the majority being made by the end of June. Remaining staff will focus on tailoring devices for European operators. The company has cut thousands of jobs and shut several plants since last year as part of a revamp of its operations.