Workers of the high-speed train manufacturer Siemens were uneasy: it made the workers uneasy to announce that Siemens, one of the leading companies in Germany, would go to savings.
On the other hand, the French company Alstom, a manufacturer of power plants, trains and trolleys, wanted to retreat from Germany and poured workers in Krefeld on the street.
Approximately 400 workers working in the Siemens plant, including 3 Türk, protested the decision. The ongoing trade-off negotiations between Alstom and Siemens disturbed the unions. When the Siemens board of directors announced the 1 billion euro austerity program, the workers of North Rhine-Westphalia (KRV) Siemens revolted.
Thousands of Siemens employees, trade unions, workers and political party representatives from neighboring cities participated in the protest demonstration held in front of the IG Metall Union's Krefeld Siemens plant.
Representatives of the union who criticize the management of Siemens hardly said that the company will make an exit to 10 thousand workers in Germany within the scope of the savings package and said they will do their best to prevent the slaughter of workers.
Siemens Employee Representative Zekayi Demir, working at Siemens for 42 years, said, İşçi So far, things have been going well. We're good at work. We get a lot of orders. However, this year the company was put on sale for damage. Firma
Iron, the company's sale of a large number of workers will be terminated if the work said. 30 who has been working as a representative for years, Demir said that Turkish workers with the shortest duration of the contract will be affected by sales, and that young people who have just finished their vocational education will be unemployed.
Siemens is also important that the trade relations with Turkey are known. Iron worker representatives, they have learned will help Turkey's 177 high-speed train order, announced that it has already received while an average of seven hundred wagon train of fast-piece orders.
Iron in the coming days to come to Krefeld delegates from Turkey would sign a new contract söyledi.al financing company Siemens, previously it had sold seven-speed train TCDD. Siemens undertook the technical maintenance of trains costing 285 million euros for seven years.