Posted on Nov 25, 2020 at 3:28 PMUpdated Nov 25, 2020 6:46 PM
Vehicle assembly in Flins will soon be over. The leaders of Losange, Jean-Dominique Senard and Luca de Meo, confirmed this Wednesday during a visit to Yvelines that this historic site of French industry would henceforth be dedicated to “the circular economy of mobility”. The emblematic Losange plant, which employs 2,600 Renault employees and around a thousand temporary workers, today assembles the electric ZOE and the Nissan Micra. Its conversion was announced as part of the major savings plan unveiled at the end of May by Renault.
The project, which will be rolled out between 2021 and 2024, should make it possible to maintain more than 3,000 jobs on the site by 2030. “It is a creative, innovative project, of great modernity”, underlines the general manager, Luca de Meo. “It will enable employees to acquire skills that will enable them to secure their future, much more than today”.