a press release from the Sweden's largest company in terms of revenue, came in at 19.50 on Monday. AB Volvo (publ), with 104.000 employees, close four plants in France.
This means that the 4500 employees are involved.
"They are going to have to be at home for the time being," says AB Volvo, the editor-in-chief: Claes Eliasson, at 22 o'clock on the Monday evening.
while the shutdown is ongoing, the wages and salaries paid as usual, and something like the volvo Group in France has ring-fenced the money, according to Michael Arias.
the Closures are until further notice, and the impact of the president of the Macrons, decision on the Monday – in which the French people are not going to deviate from the family home unless there are serious grounds for doing so. This means that we have a shortage in our production.
and, in a much-publicized speech on French television on Monday night to the home of, and by 12 o'clock on Tuesday. The exceptions are necessary in cases, such as the act.
the President of the republic, with the French flag behind him, said a number of times, is that ”We are at war”.
one of His best fight against the virus is now also a major economic impact.
" we're going out with, this is because due to the fact we want to be open and transparent about the impact of the Covid-19 can result in adverse financial consequences to us.
He said that the apparent lower levels of demand are assumed to affect the outcome of forward.
in the French sub-contractors for the French plants will be affected.
" They will not be up to the job.
In Sweden, the Volvo group 25.000 employees, but they are not concerned at the moment.
" There's no sign of it at the moment. We have an excellent relationship with our suppliers. But for now, there is a risk that there will be disruptions in the supply chain in the future.
" It's global, in line with that of the countries, close the borders, and stepping up the fight against the Coronavirus of action.
" We've got a handful of cases. One in Italy and two in Göteborg, sweden.
this is in the pipeline. He doesn't want to reply on the exact location of the work.
" They're doing after the event a good one.
According to Claes Eliasson, have in coronafallen not had an impact on the production in Gothenburg, sweden, and none in the pipeline is affected.
in The plants in France are concerned, the Volvo Trucks ' plant in the town of Blainville, the Renault Trucks plant in Blainville and in Bourg-en-Bresse, and the Volvo anläggningsmaskiners's plant in Belley.
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