The historic Canning company La Campagnola announced the weekend that it will close its doors after seven decades in the Mendoza Department of San Martín. The decision affects 125 people, who work directly in the company. The owners of the firm-which is part of the Arcor group-assure that the last three years were of «negative balances». The Campagnola arrived in San Martín at the beginning of the decade of the 50 and was dedicated mostly to the canned vegetables, fruits and jams.
The firm offers to its workers the payment of 100% of the indemnity or the option to those who require it, to remain linked to the company from the plant that works in Villa Mercedes, in the province of San Luis. The mayor of San Martín, Jorge Giménez, expressed himself in his Twitter account after the factory closed and blamed the government on duty.
It’s terrible what’s going on. The Campagnola, joins the thousands of companies that have closed their doors in our country. This is the result of the policy of change: hunger and unemployment. — Jorge Omar Gimenez (@JorgeGimenezOk)
May 5, 2019
For his part, Antonio Moyano, of the food Union, said to local media that had already communicated to the Sub-Secretary of labor of the Government on this dramatic situation, but they were never heard. In this note: