Former Fiat area in Termini Imerese sold to Catania’s owner Pelligra: 350 new hires.

The Pelligra Holding Italy has won the tender for the former Blutec plant in Termini Imerese. This was announced by Minister Adolfo Urso during a meeting at the Ministry of Made in Italy. The commissioners have chosen the winning bidder. The plan includes 350 new hires. The industrial area where Pelligra will be located was once the Fiat plant. The regional assessor for productive activities, Edy Tamajo, expressed satisfaction and called it a “historic day”, announcing a meeting with unions next week to protect the jobs of former Fiat workers.

The plant will also allow for other investments. Minister Urso mentioned a large project to revitalize the entire industrial area of Termini Imerese, which will become the largest commercial and logistic port in western Sicily, including an interport. From November, Termini Imerese will become the main commercial port in western Sicily, with Msc (Aponte) activities moving from Palermo to Termini Imerese.

The project of Pelligra Holding Italy, led by Italian-Australian entrepreneur Ross Pelligra, president of Catania FC, involves hiring 350 employees with job security for at least the next two years. Additional workers can benefit from Naspi (New Social Security for Employment) for the next two years and subsequently receive support for early retirement.

L’area ex Fiat di Termini Imerese al proprietario del Catania Pelligra: 350 assunzioni

Sicilian news
Tutte le Notizie in Italiano