After a forced two-month vacation, the Rostselmash combine plant (part of the Novoe Sodruzhestvo industrial union) began work on October 1, Interfax reports.
In addition to the fact that corporate leave increased from one month to two, after entering the workshop, part of combine builders will have a shortened working week. As explained at the plant, the company does not receive a sufficient number of orders due to the cancellation of subsidized discounts on the purchase of agricultural machinery of domestic production.
As the chairman of the board of directors of the union and co-owner of the plant Konstantin Babkin explained to the press, two conveyors at the plant will be launched 5 days a week, one - only three times. Thus, about a fifth of the plant's employees will not be able to count on a full-fledged salary. "We can only hope that the Russian authorities will take measures to support the village, and we will work as usual," Babkin said.
In September, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia issued the 97th opinion on compliance with the requirements of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1432 for participation in the subsidy program. Thanks to this incentive program in Russia in the first half of 2019, the production of agricultural machinery and equipment increased by 13,8 percent compared to the same period last year, reaching 53,4 billion rubles. Rostselmash, in particular, has produced 6 percent more equipment during this time.
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