The Renault site in Choisy-le-Roi, which specializes in the renovation and reconditioning of engines and gearboxes, is the only one of the 14 French sites of the automobile group whose final closure has been announced. So since Tuesday, about 200 of the 262 employees on the site, are "on strike renewable," said unions.
The announced closure is part of a savings plan of two billion euros over three years which provides for the elimination of 4,600 jobs in France. The employees, who have not received any other information, ask for explanations from their managers and the government.
“Our first demand is that someone, a manager come to see us, a manager of the group, asks Brahim Hachouche, central union delegate Force Ouvrière. Let someone come and discuss their project with us, explain it to us. As long as we have no feedback, no sound and no image, we will not move, ”he says.