Sint-Truiden, belgium, Punch Powertrain, a producer of transmissions in Sint-Truiden, belgium – was forced to lay off 120 jobs. This was announced after a special meeting of the works committee Wednesday afternoon. 32 of the workers, and 88 white-collar employees in the final in march, 2020 and on to the street. It’s a total loss of 308 jobs). This is also confirmed by the Raf, Dal Cero, secretary general of the FGTB Metal.
“We are expecting it today (Wednesday-ed.) a new round of consultations with the management, in the context of the law of the Renault. But it was simply replaced with a new one particular entity. We have been koudweg by email will be notified. This is a social massacre. There is this company in the past, the amount of money to spend. Wraakroepend. But for now, I have the impression that the money is gone, and the workers and employees as well as the victims of it. We have plans to take action, but they are not to be expected that we are going to be rushed. It will, therefore, in ‘our time’ has to be done. In addition, there should be no heads rolling for it management”, it says Raf at Valley and Zero from trade unions, and Metal.