FABRIANO – Vertenza Elica, the regional councilor of Fabriano, Simona Lupini, positively judges the latest spells. “Maintaining high-end productions is good news, but there is still a long way to go. There are still too many redundancies to cover, and Elica, with the accounts and market shares it has, can and must still take many steps forward ». The reference is to the will of the Fabriano multinational leader in the sector of extractor hoods to maintain the production of the flagship product NikolaTesla in Italy, reducing the number of high-end products moved abroad, with the number of employees that would be protected that would arrive. to 150 people in the face of redundancies declared and now “suspended” equal to 409 units, with the addition of the closure of the Cerreto D’Esi plant. The company and trade unions will have to be summoned again to the Mise by the middle of this month. But to date there is still no date, so it is late.
The Fabriano regional councilor of the 5 Star Movement intervenes on the subject Simona Lupini. As mentioned, he judges these news positively, but highlights that there is still a lot to do to definitively close the dispute. In particular, on the prospect of a sale of the Cerreto D’Esi factory, the invitation is for clarity. “The fate of the Cerreto site will make a difference for the lives of hundreds of families. What is at stake is the fate of a manufacturer in an entire territory: fewer hypotheses in the newspapers and more concrete proposals would be needed. Workers do well to keep their guard up and we must all support them in their fight. This is also demonstrated by the anti-relocation proposal launched together with the Minister Orlando, the Deputy Minister of Development Alessandra Todde it is fighting tenaciously to defend workers and industrial production. If Elica behaves responsibly, everything possible will be done at the Ministry of Economic Development and the Region to promote the competitiveness of products and the birth of new industrial activities ”, concludes the regional councilor, Simona Lupini.