And in Abruzzo there is partial redundancy for 400 workers – Abruzzo

And in Abruzzo there is partial redundancy for 400 workers – Abruzzo
And in Abruzzo there is partial redundancy for 400 workers – Abruzzo

ATESSA. Partial redundancy fund from 10 to 23 June in Stellantis. The cold shower came yesterday afternoon following the meeting of the executive committee of the plant’s RSAs with the company management and after Fiom had already raised the alarm in recent days. The two weeks of cash will affect a maximum of 380 workers and 20 employees and have been justified by the company with a further decline in the demand for cab-based vehicles and so-called short wheelbases. The light commercial van giant had been slow for a few weeks already. The first to notice this were the workers in the related industries on whom every flutter of the market and every change within the Stellantis group produces an immediate effect, both positive and negative. But the company had justified the slowdown of the lines and lower production with the transition from the previous model to the latest one, the My24 which in recent weeks had already led to the return to their factories of all those traveling on loan from the Slovakia site , some coming from Melfi and the rest from Cassino, for a total of around 100 employees. «The comparison revealed a significant problem of production decline, especially for the market of cabin cruisers intended for campers», he says Amedeo Nanni, secretary of Fim Abruzzo and Molise, «for some time now, as Fim Cisl, we have expressed concern about the market decline that is affecting the automotive sector, with significant implications for workers and their families. We believe that the current crisis in the automotive sector requires a decisive and collaborative response from Stellantis, the government and the Region. As a territory, we have always been used to production increases and not market declines, but we are also aware of the unprecedented changes in the automotive landscape, starting with the choices of the European community to abandon the internal combustion engine to switch to full electric”. «The news of the cash register», concludes Nanni, «also worries us from a future perspective. It is necessary to find sustainable solutions to protect jobs and promote industrial recovery.”
«The hope is that it is a temporary market situation», he intervenes Nicola Manzi, Uilm Chieti-Pescara, «the dealers are still full of the old model and the market has suffered a decline. So far we have been accustomed to an exceptional demand for cabin cruisers, from Covid to today, we hope that with the new model becoming fully operational we will return to production at the same pace as before. Of course we have to be vigilant about Poland. In fact, production in Gliwice must now be considered as competition to all intents and purposes of Stellantis Atessa, despite the fact that in terms of quality and versatility our product is irreproducible elsewhere.”
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