According to management, GPS is no longer able to meet its financial obligations due to the corona crisis. ‘Despite various improvement processes and the scaling down of production in recent months, we cannot continue with current business operations as a result of the second corona wave,’ she writes in a press release. The court has granted the request.
The news does not come out of the blue. After employees who were dissatisfied with working conditions threatened a strike in September, it became clear last week that the company had thrown 150 temporary workers on the street. Including Annet Bruggeman, who was given watch after four years of loyal service. She was furious about the course of events: “This feels like a knife in the back.”
The suspension of GPS has no consequences for the other companies within the Remkes de Poultry Family, emphasizes the management of the forty-year-old company. In the coming period, she will look for a solution together with an administrator. “The goal is to bridge this difficult period, to solve the problems that have arisen and thus to secure the future of the company.”
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