One of the largest Serbian exporters, Tigar Tyres from Pirot will resume production on May 4th.
This was decided at a joint meeting of the company’s Managing Board, the Chamber of Commerce and the District Chamber, the City Administration, representatives of the PHI and the Police Directorate.
By May 4, the management will, in accordance with the recommendations and decisions of the Serbian authorities, create conditions for starting production at full capacity, and production will be organized in accordance with the preventive-hygienic measures devised by Michelin Group, under which Tigar Tyres operates.
In other news, the production facility of the South Korean corporation Yura in Rača today had more workers than stipulated in the trade union agreement, the Crisis Unit, epidemiologists at the Public Health Institute and the factory’s management.
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Labour inspectors will visit the facility tomorrow, the independent trade union confirms.
“We have been waiting all day for labour inspectors from Kragujevac to come. Half an hour ago, they informed the municipality’s Crisis Unit that tomorrow (Thursday), labour inspectors will inspect the company’s factories in Leskovac, Niš and Rača to check whether preventive measures are in place,” Sasa Markovic, president of the Nezavisnost trade union, told the N1.
The said agreement, which was made two weeks ago, stipulates that 40 per cent of workers can work at the Rača facility, not 90 per cent as it was the case yesterday and today, and that buses that take employees to work can take a maximum of 20 people.
(Vecernje Novosti, N1, 22.04.2020)
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