Hutmen management finds consensus with trade unions

opublikowano: 27-02-2008, 11:09

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Hutmen may leave part of its production near Wroclaw which “to some extent” is satisfactory to  the company’s employees.

Hutmen, a company from the group controlled by Roman Karkosik, faces restructuring. Production is being shifted from the center of Wroclaw to a subsidiary in Czechowice-Dziedzice. But not the whole production. Recently, the management has come up with an idea to leave part of the production near Wroclaw.

“The management has recently mentioned this. Hutmen has allegedly booked 4ha of land near Wroclaw”, Jozef Symonowicz, the head of Solidarnosc trade union at Hutmen said.

A plant is supposed to be built there. Hutmen would produce there copper products. Other lines would be shifted to Czechowice-Dziedzice.

“We are considering different locations, including lands near Wroclaw. An advantage of this solution would be the opportunity to keep our highly qualified employees and the fact that we would be close to KGHM, our main partner”, Mieczyslaw Wicherski from Hutmen said. 200-250 people would find work near Wroclaw. This is an important issue for trade unions protesting against any job cuts.

“Production near Wroclaw would be to some extent satisfactory to us”, Jozef Symonowicz admitted.

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