Luxembourg - Schifflange plant closed permanently - February 29, 2016

ArcelorMittal has closed the steel production site in Schifflange. In 2011, a temporary closure of the site was announced that affected around 700 workers. A tripartite agreement, which enabled early retirement and reclassifications of workers within other sites, guaranteed the workers interests at that time. There were only 15 workers left on the site. The company has now commissioned a feasibility study for the conversion of the area, with new developments as housing, shops and offices. 

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