to close factories in Sweden. The use of the government's package of support around the short-term employment.
" The employees are going to have to be at home 100 per cent in the produktionsstoppet. The office staff, reduces the working time by 40%, but will receive a pay cut of 6 per cent. In Shanghai, Skövde and Olofström, we have produktionsuppehåll, from 26 march until 14 april.
" We're lowering the wages and salaries of 6% in the running, but it is evaluated ex-post in line with that, we'll start to produce once again. The exact keys will be established by The.
in sweden, manufactured the engines, and the Offer bodywork parts.
" the Company has reached an agreement with the trade unions concerning the use of the bail-out package. We will continuously review the situation and revise the terms and conditions of the employees.
from the Dates, and the shutdown also applies to the new Volvo car plant in Charleston, in the united states.
that has already been closed, until the 5th of april.
"the aim is to get back to Sweden, and the united states, in a controlled manner, after easter, if the situation allows it," says Stefan Elfström.
the Volvo car corporation is one of the last of the car manufacturers that are closing their factories in Europe.
" This is a dramatic situation in Europe. It's a huge disruption in the south of Europe, with the suppliers able to deliver and efterfrågetapp.
the major disruption in the supply chain, and after that the coronavirus has led to the suppliers of the first in China and then in Europe. However, even the greatly reduced demand, and taking care of employees comes into play.
as of the Week of the world's automotive industry has been, to put it mildly, turbulent. It started on Saturday, with the Ferrari closing its two plants in Italy.
and Then the message, and within a few days, and Ford is to close manufacturing plants in Europe, and then the levels of PSA, with the brands such as Peugeot, Citroen and Opel. Up until Friday morning we had a Fiat-Chrysler(FCA), Volkswagen, Daimler, Nissan, Renault, Volvo, and BMW have left the bad news.
in Gothenburg, sweden are also to be closed. On Wednesday, Scania is that they are temporarily closing plants with 9,000 employees in Södertälje, Oskarshamn and Luleå, sweden.<