activity and employment on the site MCA, a subsidiary of Renault in Maubeuge (Nord), will be maintained "beyond 2023," said Tuesday to AFP Xavier Bertrand, the chairman of the Hauts-de-France, after a meeting at Bercy in the presence of Bruno Le Maire, the management of Renault and the trade unions. "The minister has understood the determination of all the world, and clearly heard the message : no to closure of MCA and MCA does not become an empty shell," said Xavier Bertrand, which, however, remains vigilant on the terms of the engagement by the vehicle manufacturer.
"We could not stand by with a sword of Damocles for a year. But this is not enough for us yet : we have now to get into the details of how one maintains employment beyond 2023. It is necessary that we have a maximum visibility, at least on the years 2020/2030", he added, referring to exchanges "firm, sometimes rough." "The employees have made their evidence, it is now up to the State to prove its worth and to respect its commitment," he further stated.
Jérôme Delvaux, secretary of the union CGT-MCA, the outcome of this meeting is "a great victory". "In addition to the maintenance of 2100 employees, there is also a commitment to find a new vehicle to build to ensure employment beyond 2023", he said.read also : Renault announces a plan as "vital" to straighten out its finances
Economy minister received this morning the union representatives on the site Renault Maubeuge(Nord), elected local representatives and the president of Renault, Jean-Dominique Senard to discuss the future of this site. In the context of its savings plan, the group intends to transfer the production of utilities electric Kangoo at their site in Douai - approximately 2900 employees , about 70 km from Maubeuge, who would inherit a new platform. This project has aroused the wrath of employees of Maubeuge, which have stopped the activity of the site last Friday and have demonstrated Saturday in front of the factory.
"The mobilisation of Saturday has had a huge impact," noted yet Jérôme Delvaux, stating that the employees would take Wednesday on the recovery of the activity. "As early as next week, we will be around the table to begin negotiations with Renault for the future of the site and a next point will be realized with the minister of the Economy in September," said the trade unionist.The editorial team conseilleRenault: employees of Choisy-le-Roy on strike reconductibleRenault : the government validates the secured loan of 5 billion eurosAucun comment
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