Rhodia plans job cuts to boost competitiveness in France

ERJ staff report (RD)

Paris – Under new plans, Rhodia, a chemical partner to the automotive industry, could cut up to 91 jobs in an attempt to boost competitiveness in France. The company’s silica plants appear unaffected, though polyamide fibre will face cuts.

The company is to launch an information and consultation procedure at an extraordinary meeting of its Central Works Council on 27 March to discuss plans designed to improve the competitiveness of production facilities run by its Polyamide and Novecare activities in France,…

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