Siemens Gamesa shuts down blade factory

The wind turbine manufacturer is launching a voluntary resignation program while announcing the dismissal of all employees at the blade factory. However, negotiations will now begin for a relocation.

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Siemens Gamesa continues to adapt its business. The wind turbine manufacturer is also announcing the execution of a voluntary redundancy plan, which approximately 235 office and service employees have accepted. Furthermore, a collective dismissal procedure has been launched for all 133 employees at the Spanish blade factory near Miranda de Ebro in the region Burgos, announces the firm.

Yet only the voluntary resignations are a result of the announcement last fall that the company was letting upwards of 6,000 employees go. Shutting down the blade factory is due to a shift in production, writes Siemens Gamesa.

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