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Two-day period led to dismissals at the aircraft factory in Primorye

Two-day period led to dismissals at the aircraft factory in Primorye
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The workers of the 322 Aviation Repair Plant in the village of Vozdvizhenka, Primorsky Territory, were transferred to a two-day working week. This is the only enterprise in the Far Eastern Federal District that is engaged in the repair of state and civil aviation equipment.

According to the press service of the Federation of Trade Unions of the Primorsky Territory, the reason for the reduction in labor time was the failure to comply with the terms of contracting for the state defense order, delaying advances and paying for work already completed.

52 company employee has already refused to work two days a week. They wrote a letter of resignation. In general, for various reasons, the company lost an 181 employee over the past six months. Now there are 582 people in the state.

Next year, the Primorsky aircraft plant needs to receive at least eight aircraft for repairs, but in terms of the state defense order-2020 there are only four units of aircraft. Because of this, in the future, the enterprise will have to cut its 331 employee.

The aircraft factory is the main city for the village of Vozdvizhenka and the surrounding territories of the Ussuriysky urban district. Trade unions are preparing an appeal to the head of Primorye and the chairman of the FNPR on assistance in maintaining the enterprise, increasing its load in 2020 and timely advancing state defense orders.