“to improve the competitive position will be the division HVAC of Arbonia current levels of production in Dilsen to reorganize the existing excess capacity to build”, it sounds in a press release. The production site in Dilsen will be in the middle of this year been thoroughly reorganized to structural overcapacity from the past to build. The negotiations with the relevant trade unions will now be started.
“This morning at seven o'clock were convened for a special works council”, says Luc Nijs of the liberal trade union ACLVB. “Of the 160 jobs are there 42 shall be deleted. The demand for the radiators is not in proportion with the production. The trust with the employees is harmed, but on the other hand, there had already been some time economic unemployment. The workers also see if there is a lot of work or not.” Given the demand for radiators is too low.. Too much to existNegotiations
The company was recently overkocht by Arbonia, a group that is relatively healthy. “But we asked from the outset to work to make the deals with the customers. That were taken, but there was, according to us, too long delayed. They sit still with certain dilemmas and ongemaakte choices.”
All summoned employees were given a letter to the house, and were afterwards left the company. “They get paid for. The blow home, as processing will be necessary. Now according to the negotiations, but we are still not ahead.”
In 2012 and 2016 went there even though jobs were lost at Vasco. Ten years ago there were only 250 people in the radiatorenbedrijf. By the summer there will be roughly 120.