Former Russian Nissan factory sends workers on free time 13:28

St. The former Russian Nissan plant in St. Petersburg (now Avtozavod St. Petersburg) laid off 317 employees by the end of May. In this respect reports TASS with reference to the press service of the Employment Center.

“The St. Petersburg Automobile Plant informed the employment service about the idle time of 317 workers (this is less than a third of the enterprise’s staff) until May 31, 2024,” he said in response to a request from TASS.

St. The Nissan factory in St. Petersburg opened its doors in June 2009. X-Trail, Murano, Qashqai and Terrano crossovers came off the production line of the enterprise. The production capacity of the facility was 100 thousand cars per year. A foreign company sold this asset in the fall of 2022.

In January 2024, the company produced the first batch of machines under the new Xcite brand.

It was later renamed Lada St. Petersburg and then Avtozavod St. St. Petersburg LLC. The former Nissan car factory in St. Petersburg, complete Net loss for 2023 is 13.7 billion rubles. In 2022, this figure was 6 billion rubles. According to the financial statements of the enterprise, its revenue in 2023 decreased by almost 90% to 3.7 billion rubles.

Previously reportedHe said that AvtoVAZ began producing white Lada Aura sedans with black interiors for officials.

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