Nissan’s reindustrialization process is being delayed, and the tender project for land and plant management, as well as the designation of the industrial project, will be determined in July. The free trade zone consortium has announced that it will submit tender documents in a couple of weeks to find a land manager who can then lease it to other companies. At a meeting held this Friday between the company, unions and management, some issues were not closed, lengthening a process that is already delayed by six months more than expected.
The companies opting for reindustrialization, the decarbonisation “center” led by QEV and manufacturer Silence, demanded more details. The first one requested a solid letter of intent for funding. For its part, Silence has issued an ultimatum and threatened to abandon the project because it needs to be installed on July 1st in order to begin production of its S04 nanocar, it said.
The table members will meet with Silence next week and, for their part, the union representatives continue to offer to “reach an agreement” and in this regard, Nissan would offer to directly lease a piece of land to expedite their facility.
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