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Brescia, the multinational Timken closes the factory: 106 workers go on strike

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the multinational Timken from Villa Carcina a Brescia this morning he shared immediate closure of the establishment. THE 106 workers from the automotive related company “are already on strike and permanent garrison,” stated the Fiom-Cgil from Brescia. After the government lifted the lockdown on layoffs, this announcement adds to the three proceedings opened in the past three weeks: Whirlpool from Naples, Gkn from Campi Bisenzio and Giannetti Wheels by Ceriano Laghetto.

Meanwhile a Florence the demonstration has been going on since this morning general strike summoned by Cgil, Cisl and Owl in support of the dispute of Gkn, right against the conclusive of the Campi Bisenzio factory and the dismissal of the 422 employees announced by email from the property. Hundreds of people gathered in Piazza Santa Croce: “Florence defends the work” is the slogan of the event, which in recent days has registered the following of numerous associations, factory delegations and party representatives. It asks “the” withdrawal of all layoffs, for the dignity of work, for the protection of the industrial fabric, for an economic system based on rights, legality and respect for work ”, explains a note.

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