Workers about plants that are to be closed in Seine-et-Marne have begun to & # 39; Burn the stock of a secure paper for lock cards to challenge the state and get contracts from "adequate" compensation, is there? We learned Saturday under the union store. "Every twelve, a coil that goes to the fire", AFP Patrice Schaafs, CGT union representative and secretary of the Arjowiggins Medium Trade Council to AFP.
In mid-January, Nanterre's Trade Court said that this company had been demolished. Specializing in paper making for banknotes and registration cards, 200 people employing a Crèvecoeur factory in Jouy-sur-Morin (east of Seine-et-Marne). Since then, the staff are living on the site that needs to be closed by the end of the month. They feel that the rule and the public authorities have been abandoned.
"We have no hopes to save the site"
Arjowiggins security was sold on April with its # 39; French Sequana newspaper group to the Swiss investment fund Blue Motion Technologies Holding. "We have no hopes to save the site", Mr Schaafs told AFP. "But we would ask people at least " with "appropriate" benefits.
For this reason, staff expect the state to "pay money" or "execute a third party army (former owner) Sequana". The secure cash stock for green cards is the "commercial money", which accepts Patrice Schaafs. The Seine-et-Marne plan is the only one to do in France, that the state of the world could have a scarcity, according to the CGT representative. "Desperate"they have already destroyed a few coils.