Audi in Ingolstadt, may start production next Monday. The employees in the Hungarian Audi plant in Győr, have ended their strike after a week. The Union AHFSZ said, the management of the company have consented to the requested wage increase of 18 percent.
The employees at the Audi site in Győr were entered last week in a week-long strike. The 12,000 employees at build a year, about two million gasoline-, Diesel – and, more recently, electric motors. Because the engines were missing for the car production in Germany, could not be built according to the Audi alone in Ingolstadt more than 10,000 cars in the series A3, A4, A5 and Q2. More than 10,000 Workers had to take a forced break.
IG Metall Bavaria supported the strike, however, and stated that the Hungarian employees would get an average of only 1100 Euro gross per month, the cost of living in Hungary, were comparable with those in Western Europe.
The ongoing strike, the Porsche plant in Leipzig, where the models Cayenne, Panamera and the Macan will be built. Also in the Volkswagen plant in Bratislava, layers had to be cancelled. The large SUV models VW Touareg, Porsche Cayenne and Audi Q7 will be built there.