Production downtime at Cartiera di Momo likely to continue

In early December, the company and employee representatives
will meet to discuss another extension of "cassa integrazione".
27 Nov 2019 − 

Production operations at Italy's recycled board manufacturer Cartiera di Momo have been largely standing idle since the end of June.

It is still not clear when regular operations at Italy's white-lined chipboard manufacturer Cartiera di Momo will be resumed again. According to the latest information, the chances for the Momo mill to go back into operation when the temporary layoff measure expires on 8 December are rather slim.

Talking to EUWID a spokesperson for the Italian trade union Slc Cgil explained that a further extension of the temporary layoffs covered by the "cassa integrazione" wage refund scheme was planned. However, the employee representative was positive that Cartiera di Momo could resume production at the start of the new year. Further details will be reportedly discussed and clarified at a meeting with the company's management in early December.

Cartiera di Momo was not available for comment.

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