Employees of the plant in Melf consider the cost of buying players is unacceptable.
Employees of the Fiat factory in Milf declared a strike because of the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo from real Madrid to Juventus. Player transfers will cost 105 million Euro and the trade Union believe that such spending is inadmissible, while ordinary workers are experiencing financial difficulties.
One of the largest trade Union organization of the Italian Unione Sindacale di Base — believes that the funds will be allocated by holding company Exor, which includes Fiat and Ferrari. Representatives of the organization noted that brand owners are always talking about challenging for the company times and that things will get better after the release of new models, which, as a rule, does not occur, informs Rus.Media.
Plant workers believe that the funds in the first place, needs to invest in production, not to spend on purchasing players. According to them, that thousands of employees bring profit of the holding, but instead practically get nothing.
Production site in Milf one of the most modern automobile factories in the world. Investments in its construction amounted to one billion euros. Now the conveyor FCA Melfi go the compact crossover Fiat 500X and Jeep Renegade. The total number of employees 8000 people.