Thursday, September 29

Nissan Reindustrialization Commission chooses electromobility hub for the Free Trade Zone

  • The electric mobility hub led by QEV Technologies is the option chosen to reindustrialize the Nissan plant in the Free Trade Zone.

  • Negotiations continue, with QEV Technologies and Silence, to find the best option for the Sant Andreu de la Barca and Montcada i Reixac facilities.

The Reindustrialization Commission from Nissan, made up of trade unions, public administrations and Nissan management, have chosen the option of electric mobility hub lead by QEV Technologies as the best option to reindustrialize the plant of the Free Zone. This project, presented by the Catalan company on December 17, has had the support of all parties in meeting the objectives set by the commission by offering an industrial solution.

This hub would occupy the two current production lines of Nissan to produce various vehicle models, and the specific needs of space and assets will be analyzed with them to see if the final configuration of the project accommodates other types of complementary projects. Likewise, the commission has analyzed the new proposal presented by the Belgian company Punch. After a study of the same, the table has decided to keep this project as an option and now focus efforts on agreeing with the electromobility hub on the implementation of its project for the reindustrialization of the power plant. Nissan on the Free Zone.

Sant Andreu de la Barca and Montcada i Reixac

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This project will only work in the Free Trade Zone, leaving the future of the Sant Andreu de la Barca Y Montcada and Reixac still in the air. However, the Commission admits that negotiations with QEV Technologies Y Silence to occupy them “are at a very advanced stage waiting to finalize the final details of the global agreement for all Nissan plants in Barcelona.” Both options also meet the reindustrialization objectives set by the commission.

The members of the table have begun to continue working and will hold another meeting on January 21 to continue defining the future of the factory in which Nissan has stopped producing vehicles 42 years later.

Reference-www.elperiodico.com

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