Moelven’s Struggles: An Irish Tale of Resilience

"Moelven Töreboda Faces Layoffs as Weak Economy Takes Toll on Wood Processing Industry"

“The weak economy is beginning to have an impact on the Norwegian wood processing group, Moelven. This has resulted in 25 employees being notified of their dismissal from the glulam factory, Moelven Töreboda. Just two months ago, 87 employees at Moelven Byggmodul also received redundancy notices. The company cites reduced stock of projectors and declining volumes in the construction and industrial sectors as the reasons behind the latest round of dismissals at Moelven Töreboda. Out of the 25 employees affected, 23 are collective employees and two are white-collar workers. Currently, the company employs around 140 individuals. In response to the news, a company spokesperson expressed their sadness, stating, ‘Of course, it feels incredibly sad…'”

“The impact of the weak economy is becoming increasingly evident within the Norwegian wood processing group, Moelven. The latest blow comes in the form of 25 employees being notified of their dismissal from the glulam factory, Moelven Töreboda. This news follows closely on the heels of another round of redundancies just two months ago, when 87 employees at Moelven Byggmodul were also given their notice. The company attributes the need for these dismissals at Moelven Töreboda to a reduced stock of projectors and declining volumes in both the construction and industrial sectors. Of the 25 employees affected, 23 are collective employees, while the remaining two are white-collar workers. With a workforce of approximately 140 individuals, the company is undoubtedly feeling the weight of these difficult decisions. Reflecting on the situation, a spokesperson for Moelven expressed their deep sadness, stating, ‘Of course, it feels incredibly sad…'”

“The Norwegian wood processing group, Moelven, is beginning to feel the effects of the weak economy. As a result, 25 employees at the glulam factory, Moelven Töreboda, have been notified of their dismissal. This news comes just two months after 87 employees at Moelven Byggmodul also received redundancy notices. According to the company, the need for these dismissals at Moelven Töreboda is due to a reduced stock of projectors and declining volumes in the construction and industrial sectors. Out of the 25 employees affected, 23 are collective employees and two are white-collar workers. With a current workforce of around 140 individuals, the impact of these job losses is significant. A spokesperson for Moelven expressed their profound sadness, stating, ‘Of course, it feels incredibly sad…'”

“The Norwegian wood processing group, Moelven, is feeling the strain of the weak economy. This has led to the unfortunate news that 25 employees at the glulam factory, Moelven Töreboda, have been notified of their dismissal. Just two months ago, the company also had to make the difficult decision to make 87 employees at Moelven Byggmodul redundant. The reason behind the latest round of dismissals at Moelven Töreboda is a reduced stock of projectors and declining volumes in both the construction and industrial sectors. Of the 25 employees affected, 23 are collective employees, while the remaining two are white-collar workers. With a workforce of approximately 140 individuals, the impact of these job losses is deeply felt. In response to the news, a spokesperson for Moelven expressed their immense sadness, stating, ‘Of course, it feels incredibly sad…'”

“The Norwegian wood processing group, Moelven, is facing the consequences of a weak economy. This has resulted in the unfortunate news that 25 employees at the glulam factory, Moelven Töreboda, have been informed of their dismissal. Just two months ago, the company had to make the difficult decision to lay off 87 employees at Moelven Byggmodul. The declining volumes in the construction and industrial sectors, coupled with a reduced stock of projectors, have led to the necessity for these dismissals at Moelven Töreboda. Out of the 25 employees affected, 23 are collective employees, while the remaining two are white-collar workers. With a current workforce of approximately 140 individuals, the impact of these job losses is significant. Speaking about the situation, a spokesperson for Moelven expressed their deep sadness, stating, ‘Of course, it feels incredibly sad…'”

John O Mahony

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