Today, one-fifth of the cars made in France were only one-fifth in the early 2000s. By 2035, more than half of the auto industry job opportunities will disappear.
Warning of severe weather on the car field… To Renault Flys (Yvelines), the company will no longer assemble vehicles at the end of Renault Zoe’s life; At Aveyron Castle (Aveyron), the Bosch factory will not be Lost 1,300 jobs in five years; At the Stellatis factory in Rennes, which is contrary to tradition, the new large DS9 and Citroen C5X will not be produced; in Codan (Mobyhan), Renault sells there. Tani Foundation.
Other foundries (Vienne’s Alvance and Indre’s foundries, Jura’s MBF Aluminum) are in trouble. The assets of Villers-la-Montagne have just been liquidated. While at BorgWarner in Corrèze, Hungarian workers received training on the assembly line of gearbox parts, which will be shipped to Hungary. 360 employees at the French site were laid off. The case, among other things…
During this period of Covid-19 and its economic turmoil, tornadoes seem to be hitting the French automobile industry and its jobs. In a study published on Wednesday, April 21, Medef, the Union of Metallurgical and Mining Industries (UIMM), which includes automobiles, stated that “The situation has deteriorated severely” Since 2008.
Leaders in the industry worry that if the negative momentum persists, by 2035, more than 50% of the jobs in the automotive industry will disappear.There are only 90,000 workers left in the industry, and today there are less than 200,000 workers. “This situation will make France stand out from the main car manufacturing countries, including only at the European level.”, Attack the author.
world Attempt to describe this crisis in detail. We have established the history of French car production from data collected by the international research company IHS Markit (French Automobile Manufacturers and Manufacturers Council). Regarding the evolution of employment, in addition to the data extracted from the UIMM research, we also call on the resources of Trendeo, an expert in monitoring the development of employment in the industry.