Luxembourg -Arcelor Mittal to shut down Bettembourg operations, 65 workers affected -September 15, 2015

Steel manufacturer Arcelor Mittal will cease operations at its Bettembourg site mid-2016, affecting 65 jobs. The company said that despite major efforts the plant, which produces saw wire, could not be made profitable. Management said it intends to offer the 65 workers placements in other positions across the company and trade unions have announced to be keeping a close eye on the securing of decent work places for the affected workers.

English: http://www.wort.lu/en/business/65-employees-affected-arcelormittal …  

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