Windsor Assembly Plant shutdown gets extended: Unifor
Windsor Assembly Plant employees won’t be heading back to work for at least a few more weeks.
Stellantis has informed Unifor Local 444 that the facility will be shutdown the weeks of Sept. 13 and Sept. 20, according to a tweet from the union.
The company has informed the Union that the Windsor Assembly Plant will be down the weeks of :
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Production was also down the weeks of Aug. 30 and Sept. 6.
The plant has had several shutdowns this year due to a shortage of microchips.
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