Union calls for protest as Mercedes-Benz Berlin plant boss ‘joins’ Tesla

Union calls for protest as Mercedes-Benz Berlin plant boss ‘joins’ Tesla

Last month, a supply told Reuters that a Tesla manager World Health Organization oversaw the development of the electrical carmaker’s Gruenheide plant, had left his position.

Daimler aforesaid on Wed that Reif, 57, the manager of its Mercedes-Benz Berlin plant, that makes powertrains, would move into early retirement at the tip of the year, at his own request.

German unions have lamented the actual fact that ancient carmakers square measure cutting investment into combustion engine technologies as regulators crack down on emissions and as demand for vehicles is hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

IG Metall aforesaid there would be a protest ahead of the Mercedes plant on weekday and referred to as on Daimler to gift solutions that might facilitate to ensure the longer term of the plant.

The union aforesaid Daimler managers had printed value savings plans and union officers worry the Berlin plant’s future is in danger.

Daimler aforesaid Clemenz Dobrawa, World Health Organization presently heads up the Mercedes-Benz battery industrial plant in Kamenz, had appropriated leadership of the Mercedes-Benz plants in metropolis and Berlin earlier this month.

“Thanks to his activity as representative in Kamenz, he brings necessary ability for the transformation toward electromobility,” Daimler aforesaid, adding the Berlin plant would be restructured to serve AN ‘Electric First’ strategy.


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