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Nissan and Mercedes plant in Aguascalientes to shut down after operating for 12 years

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The first labor alarm goes off for nearshoring in Mexico, as a consequence of Morena’s victory.

On Wednesday, June 19th, high executives of the COMPAS plant in Aguascalientes told the workers that those who resign at this time will be terminated, those who want to stay to work for the remainder of the year will not be compensated at the end. More than a thousand workers are now on the street, plus all the subsidiary companies that will have to close.

The reason argued by the board of directors is that: “There are no conditions of the rule of law for their investments with this and the next Federal Government“.

The other two Nissan plants in the state of Aguascalientes are on hold after 20 years of operation due to the instability and uncertainty that is being generated in our country.

Given the crisis faced by COMPAS Aguascalientes, the layoff of workers is expected, given that the factory’s production will go to one shift

“The plant is going through a complicated situation and the decision was to reduce personnel and work only one shift,” said Mario Arredondo, leader of Sutiaea.

There is still no information on the number of workers who will be fired, however, they were already notified after an assembly was called.

The decision will be made in the coming days, however, the layoffs are expected to be done gradually.

Finally, he regretted the situation given that the workers’ families will be involved; “The plant will continue operations with one shift but it will continue, there is no talk of a definitive closure right now.”

San Miguel Times
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