The Minister of Employment and Industry, Ana Carlota Amigo, has committed “to help in whatever is necessary and necessary” with the aim of maintaining the activity of Jupiter Bach in Villadangos del Páramo (León).
This was stated this Friday after the meeting held with the Management and the Company Committee of this company in the wind sector, which has already conveyed the intention to develop an ERE for the extinction of the company, dedicated to the manufacture of components for wind turbines . The decision, which will materialize on December 31 due to the economic unfeasibility given the few orders for 2022, will leave 52 workers on the street.
Friend has recognized that the purpose of the Danish company “is to relocate and move, a priori, to Asia, but it is a complicated issue” and added that “there is no official communication yet and, once there is, there is autonomy of negotiation of all parties “.
Although, he has opted “to maintain the company because of the quality employment it generates” and has stated that from the Company Committee “it is believed that the activity can be maintained and production recovered.”
To do this, he has reached out to the company “to facilitate all the needs it may have” and has recalled that it has already been shown with LM Wind Power “and the different mechanisms and instruments that these industries that are in crisis have” .
The Minister of Employment and Industry has anticipated that “workers will be protected” and has anticipated “the convening of a meeting for October 8 of the Anchor Foundation in which everything will be on behalf of the Board to maintain employment and see the possibilities there are. “
Finally, he acknowledged that “despite being in a globalized world, this type of Spanish factories are competitive” and stressed that “the quality of work in renewable energy is very high with highly trained people.”