French workers bring the world’s biggest Nutella processing plant to a close stop in a confrontation over salary negotiations. Pressures have been mounting at the site in Villers-Ecalles in Normandy, where activists from the Workers’ Force association have been banishing trucks from entering or leaving the production line for seven days.
The plant creates an astounding 600,000 containers of Nutella every day — representing a fourth of the world’s generation of an item appreciated by kids and grown-ups. Be that as it may, hampered access to key fixings could undermine the industrial facility’s efficiency.
French employees bring the world’s greatest Nutella production line to a close halt in a standoff over salary negotiations.
This plant delivers 600,000 tubs of Nutella every day — representing a fourth of the world’s generation of an item. Be that as it may, hampered access to key fixings could undermine the industrial facility’s profitability.
French specialists consistently strike during salary negotiations and sporadically resort to progressively emotional techniques. The last strike to hit the Villers-Ecalles plant was in 2011.
Claude Denni was born and raised in San Jose. Claude has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Daily Democrat here in Californiar and NPR. As a journalist for Coastal Morning Star, Claude covers national and international developments.