World from Berlin to China: Siemens Energy wants to move up to 400 jobs
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change in the rear derailleur: The traditional products are to be produced in China and Mexico, the new, climate -friendly in Berlin.
The IG Metall raises the alarm, the company tries to appease. Siemens Energy wants to relocate "more than 400 jobs" to China and Mexico from the rear derailleur in Berlin, according to the union and the works council. "Up to 400 jobs" are available, the group announced. The works council will negotiate the exact number and the modalities of the mining in the coming weeks. There should not be any operating terminations. Siemens Energy, split off from Siemens almost two years ago and brought to the stock exchange, has two large locations in Berlin: the rear derailleur in Siemensstadt with around 1800 and the gas turbine plant in Moabit with almost 3,500 employees.
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after a long discussion with the employee representatives was decided in late summer 2021 to move the. 500 employees are affected. In return, the group management agreed to locate a large part of the hydrogen business (electrolysereure production) in Berlin. In addition to the expenses for the new headquarters in Huttenstraße and a training center, around 130 million euros would be invested in Moabit.
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At the end of last year Group then communicates to invest 60 million euros in a new production of vacuum switch tubes in the Berlin rear derailleur. The tubes are the technological heart of the "Blue Portfolio", which includes climate -neutral electricity transmission products in the high -voltage area and dispenses with extremely climate -damaging gases. The new production is currently being built up, according to the works council chairman Rüdiger Groß, already 250 people, and there could be 900 in perspective. Regardless of this, the group wants to shift the "old" switchgear as soon as possible. "The competitive pressure for conventional switchgear is extremely high, the area writes losses," says the group as a reason. The rear derailleur is more than 100 years old and thus E
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that was "totally unfair", Groß said on Tuesday in a press conference with the Berlin IG Metall lead. Management starts "one razor after the other", four years ago the rear derailleur has already lost more than 500 jobs. The relocation to China is "a political issue," said the regional trade union leader Jan Otto and warned of the dependence on China.
In the rear derailleur, the world's first "Blue Air switchgear" are produced. "We are the only ones in the world that master the new product," said works council. The systems are free of sulfurhexafluoride and therefore climate -friendly, but also more expensive than conventional switchgear. A gas regulation is planned in the EU that is already being implemented with the Blue-Air technology, but will probably not come into force until 2030. Nevertheless, according to the first plants to Scotland and Scandinavia were sold. According to the works council, a kilogram of sulfur hexafluoride is loading the climate with 25,000 kilos of CO2.
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