Union says Windsor Assembly Plant faces more shutdowns in August
Unifor Local 444 says Stellantis has just informed the union that the Windsor Assembly Plant will be shut down more in August.
According to a social media post from the union, employees will be:
- Working the week of: Aug. 2
- Down the week of: Aug 9.
- Shut down weeks: Aug. 16, Aug. 23
The plant faced a number of shutdowns since March due to a semiconductor shortage.
Workers were back on the job on July 5 for one week before another closure until the end of July.
The company has *Just informed the Union that the Windsor Assembly Plant will be *working the week of:
*Down the week of August 9th.
Shut down weeks:
August 16, August 23
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