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<Titre>on the proposal for a decision of the European Parliament and of the Council on the mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund following an application from Germany – EGF/2020/003 DE/Germany GMH Guss</Titre>

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<Commission>{BUDG}Committee on Budgets</Commission>

Rapporteur: <Depute>Jens Geier</Depute>

MOTION FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION
 ANNEX: DECISION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL
 EXPLANATORY STATEMENT
 LETTER OF THE COMMITTEE ON EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS
 LETTER OF THE COMMITTEE ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
 INFORMATION ON ADOPTION IN COMMITTEE RESPONSIBLE
 FINAL VOTE BY ROLL CALL IN COMMITTEE RESPONSIBLE

MOTION FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION

on the proposal for a decision of the European Parliament and of the Council on the mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund following an application from Germany – EGF/2020/003 DE/Germany GMH Guss

(COM(2021)0207 – C9‑0156/2021 – 2021/0107(BUD))

The European Parliament,

 having regard to the Commission proposal to the European Parliament and the Council (COM(2021)0207 – C9‑0156/2021),

 having regard to Regulation (EU) No 1309/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 on the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (2014-2020) and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1927/2006[1] (“EGF Regulation”),

 having regard to Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 2020/2093 of 17 December 2020 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021-2027[2], and in particular Article 8 thereof,

 having regard to the Interinstitutional Agreement of 16 December 2020 between the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission on budgetary discipline, on cooperation in budgetary matters and on sound financial management as well as on new own resources, including a roadmap towards the introduction of new own resources[3], (“IIA of 16 December 2020”), and in particular point 9 thereof,

 having regard to the opinion of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs,

 having regard to the opinion of the Committee on Regional Development,

 having regard to the report of the Committee on Budgets (A9‑0000/2021),

A. whereas the Union has set up legislative and budgetary instruments to provide additional support to workers who are suffering from the consequences of major structural changes in world trade patterns or of the global financial and economic crisis, and to assist their reintegration into the labour market; whereas this assistance is made through a financial support given to workers and the companies for which they worked;

B. whereas Germany submitted application EGF/2020/003 DE/GMH Guss for a financial  contribution from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF), following 585 redundancies[4] in four subsidiaries of the company Guss GmbH classified under the NACE Revision 2 Division 24 (Manufacture of basic metals) in the NUTS level 2 of Düsseldorf (DEA1)[5] and Arnsberg (DEA5)[6], within a reference period for the application from 31 July 2020 to 30 November 2020;

C. whereas the application relates to 585 workers made redundant by four subsidiaries of GMH Guss GmbH in Germany;

D. whereas the application is based on the intervention criteria of Article 4(1), point (a), of the EGF Regulation, which requires at least 500 workers being made redundant over a reference period of four months in an enterprise in a Member State;

E. whereas the foundry industry in Germany is facing acute challenges such as changes in international trade in goods and services and overproduction in China, in particular in the automotive and machine industry, as well as relocating activities to third countries, including to EU candidate countries, where lower environmental standards apply[7] and industries are highly subsidized;

F. whereas GMH Guss problems started when the main client of subsidiary Walter Hundhausen GmbH, accountable for 60 % of the subsidiary’s production, took the decision to nearshore parts of its supply chain to Turkey;

G. whereas Taiwanese competitor MEITA opened two foundries in Obrenovac, Serbia, that mainly produce for the European automotive industry and due to subsidies and lower labour costs, MEITA was able to offer far lower prices than its German competitor GMH Guss;

H. whereas the overall metal casting production in Germany decreased by 8,9 % between 2018 and 2019[8] due to these globalisation-related challenges, affecting in particular North Rhine-Westphalia where 25 % of the German cast metals are produced;

1. Agrees with the Commission that the conditions set out in Article 4(1), point (a), of the EGF Regulation are met and that Germany is entitled to a financial contribution of EUR 1 081 706 under that Regulation, which represents 60 % of the total cost of EUR 1 802 845, comprising expenditure for personalised services of EUR 1 730 731 and expenditure for preparatory, management, information and publicity, control and reporting activities of EUR 72 114;

2. Notes that the German authorities submitted the application on 15 December 2020, and that, following the provision of additional information by Germany, the Commission finalised its assessment on 27 April 2021 and notified it to Parliament on the same day;

3. Notes that all the procedural requirements were met;

4. Notes that the application relates in total to 585 workers made redundant in the German industrial sector; regrets that Germany expects that only 476 out of the total eligible beneficiaries of which 455 are men and 21 women, most of them between 30 and 54 years old will participate in the measures (targeted beneficiaries);

5. Underlines that those redundancies are expected to have a considerable impact on the local economy, since they took place in a context of high level of unemployment (10,7 % in September 2020) in the Ruhr area due to structural challenges since the 1960s and the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic;

6. Points out that most of the workers made redundant are in the second half of their professional career, have a low level of formal qualification and often a poor command of German language; further underlines that, as explained in the application, a high number of the beneficiaries are men with a migrant background and that their successful reintegration into the labour market could be facilitated by other members of their households, who often have a much better knowledge of German than the former employees;

7. Highlights and welcomes the organisation of peer groups, taking into account the personal situations of the former employees affected; underlines the need for former employees, without discrimination and independently of their nationality, to be integrated and supported by the measures included in this EGF project;

8. Considers it to be a social responsibility of the Union to provide these workers who have been made redundant with the necessary qualifications for the ecological and just transformation of the Union industry in line with the European Green Deal, since they worked in a sector with high carbon intensity; welcomes, therefore, the personalised services provided by this EGF to the workers, which include upskilling measures and German courses, workshops, vocational orientation, job counselling, as well as training allowances and business start-up advisory service, to make the area, and the overall labour market, more sustainable and resilient in the future;

9. Notes that Germany started providing personalised services to the targeted beneficiaries on 1 August 2020 and that the period of eligibility for a financial contribution from the EGF will therefore be from 1 August 2020 to 15 December 2022;

10. Notes that Germany started incurring administrative expenditure to implement the EGF on 1 November 2020 and that expenditure on preparatory, management, information and publicity, control and reporting activities will therefore be eligible for a financial contribution from the EGF from 1 November 2020 to 15 June 2023;

11. Welcomes that the co-ordinated package of personalised services was drawn up by Germany in consultation with the social partners, and that a monitoring committee comprising representatives of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, the Public Employment Services, the transfer company, representatives of the social partners, representatives of IG Metall trade union, the liquidators of the dismissing enterprise and its subsidiaries, as well as representatives of the works councils, was set up to steer the EGF co-financed intervention; highlights that the social partners of the enterprises concerned already cooperated in the months and years prior to the mobilisation of the EGF to improve the difficult economic conditions and situation, which also included significant salary concessions made by the workers;

12. Notes that the German authorities have confirmed that the eligible actions are complementing without replacing measures offered by the European Social Fund (ESF) through the ESF Operational Programme for North Rhine-Westphalia;

13. Reiterates that assistance from the EGF must not replace actions which are the responsibility of companies, by virtue of national law or collective agreements;

14. Approves the decision annexed to this resolution;

15. Instructs its President to sign the decision with the President of the Council and arrange for its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union;

16. Instructs its President to forward this resolution, including its Annex, to the Council and the Commission;


 

ANNEX: DECISION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL

on the mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund following an application from Germany – EGF/2020/003 DE/Germany GMH Guss

THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

 

Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 1309/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 on the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (2014-2020) and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1927/2006[9], and in particular Article 15(4) thereof,

 

Having regard to the Interinstitutional Agreement of 16 December 2020 between the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission on budgetary discipline, on cooperation in budgetary matters and on sound financial management, as well as on new own resources, including a roadmap towards the introduction of new own resources[10], and in particular point 9 thereof,

 

Having regard to the proposal from the European Commission,

 

Whereas:

(1) The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aims to provide support for workers made redundant and self-employed persons whose activity has ceased as a result of major structural changes in world trade patterns due to globalisation, as a result of a continuation of the global financial and economic crisis, or as a result of a new global financial and economic crisis, and to assist them with their reintegration into the labour market.

(2) The EGF is not to exceed a maximum annual amount of EUR 186 million (2018 prices), as laid down in Article 8(1) of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2020/2093[11].

(3) On 15 December 2020, Germany submitted an application to mobilise the EGF, in respect of redundancies in GMH Guss GmbH in Germany. It was supplemented by additional information provided in accordance with Article 8(3) of Regulation (EU) No 1309/2013. That application complies with the requirements for determining a financial contribution from the EGF as laid down in Article 13 of Regulation (EU) No 1309/2013.

(4) The EGF should, therefore, be mobilised in order to provide a financial contribution of EUR 1 081 706 in respect of the application submitted by Germany.

(5) In order to minimise the time taken to mobilise the EGF, this decision should apply from the date of its adoption,

HAVE ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

For the general budget of the Union for the financial year 2021, the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund shall be mobilised to provide the amount of EUR  in commitment and payment appropriations.

Article 2

This Decision shall enter into force on the day of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union. It shall apply from ... [the date of its adoption].

Done at Brussels,

For the European Parliament For the Council

The President The President


EXPLANATORY STATEMENT

I. Background

The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund has been created in order to provide additional assistance to workers suffering from the consequences of major structural changes in world trade patterns.

According to the provisions of Article 8(1) of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 2020/2093 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021-2027[12] and of Article 15 of Regulation (EU) No 1309/2013[13], the Fund may not exceed a maximum annual amount of EUR 186 million (2018 prices).

As concerns the procedure, according to point 9 of the Interinstitutional Agreement of 16 December 2020 between the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission on budgetary discipline, on cooperation in budgetary matters and on sound financial management as well as on new own resources, including a roadmap towards the introduction of new own resources[14], in order to activate the Fund the Commission, in case of a positive assessment of an application, presents to the budgetary authority a proposal for mobilisation of the Fund and, at the same time, a corresponding request for transfer.

II. Germany’s application and the Commission's proposal

On 15 December 2020, Germany submitted an application EGF/2020/003 DE/GMH Guss for a financial contribution from the EGF, following 585 redundancies[15] in four subsidiaries of the company GMH Guss GmbH, located in the NUTS level 2 regions of Düsseldorf (DEA1)[16] and Arnsberg (DEA5)[17].

Following its assessment of this application, the Commission has concluded, in accordance with all applicable provisions of the EGF Regulation, that the conditions for awarding a financial contribution from the EGF are met.

On 27 April 2021, the Commission adopted a proposal for a decision on the mobilisation of the EGF in favour of Germany to support the reintegration in the labour market of 476 targeted beneficiaries, i.e. workers made redundant in the economic sector classified under the NACE Revision 2, namely Division 4 (Manufacture of basic metals).

The Commission deemed the application admissible under the intervention criteria of Article 4(1)(a) of the EGF Regulation, which requires at least 500 workers being made redundant over a reference period of four months in an enterprise in a Member State, including workers made redundant by suppliers and downstream producers and/or self-employed persons whose activity has ceased.

This is the fourth application of 2020 and the third to be examined under the 2021 budget, including the new MFF (to Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 2020/2093 of 17 December 2020 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021 to 2027[18] and the IIA of 16 December 2020. The Budget 2021 has reserve budget lines for EGF payments (prior 2021) which will be used for payments mobilised under the EGF regulation 2014-2020. The successor EGF regulation for 2021-2027 (2018/0202(COD)) has been adopted by the European Parliament plenary on 28 April 2021, but will have no impact on this procedure nor any upcoming procedures for mobilisations under the old 2014-2020 programme.

The number of 585 total redundant workers has been calculated from the date on which the employer, in accordance with Article 3(1) of Council Directive 98/59/EC[19], notified the competent public authority in writing of the projected collective redundancies. Germany confirmed that these 585 redundancies have actually been effected.

The application concerns a targeted 476 workers made redundant and refers to the mobilisation of a total amount of EUR  from the EGF for Germany representing 60 % of the total costs of the proposed actions.

In order to establish the link between the redundancies and major structural changes in world trade patterns due to globalisation, Germany bases the application on the argument that the foundry industry in Germany is facing profound challenges such as changes in international trade in goods and services, as well as relocating activities to non-EU countries.

In Germany, the main customers of metal casting foundries are the automotive industry (60 %) and machine industry (26 %)[20]. As foundries are highly specialised and provide custom-made products for their clients, the activities of the foundries are highly dependent on demand by specific main customers. As concerns the automotive industry, due to the rising demand in the region, Asia now dominates in global car production by far, with a world market share of 54 % of global car production in 2019. In total numbers, in 2019, car production in Germany dropped to the lowest level since 1996[21]. As concerns heavy truck producers, the production of heavy trucks weighing more than 3,5 tons nearly halved in Germany, from 256 131 vehicles in 2008, to 133 997 in 2019. Furthermore, on the European market, a trend developed in the whole automotive industry to nearshore production or parts of the supply chain to Eastern Europe, including third countries. Lower environmental standards, in particular in non-EU countries, are a further reason for nearshoring of metal casting products[22]. As concerns the shipbuilding industry, average yearly shipbuilding in Europe halved during 2011-2019 in comparison with 2002-2010[23]. These globalisation-related challenges have put severe strains on the metal casting industry, leading to a 8,9 % decrease of overall metal casting production in Germany between 2018 and 2019[24].

The eight types of actions to be provided to redundant workers, for which EGF co-funding is requested consist of:

a. Upskilling measures: These are offered following profiling and career guidance interviews. Courses can be provided individually or in groups. Considering the high number of participants with a migratory background, German courses will be offered to participants with a poor command of German.

b. Peer groups / workshops: These will be group fora assisted by a facilitator, helping participants to exchange ideas and reflect on their experiences. Some peer groups focus on a common background of participants – such as participants with a migratory background, or older participants.

c. Business start-up advisory service: This will comprise a package of advisory services for those interested in starting their own businesses. These services will include individualised tailor-made coaching measures, as well as the participation in group coaching sessions.

d. Job search assistance: Professional job scouts will help to locate potential job vacancies that are not yet published, and which might suit eligible workers.

e. Guidance counselling and vocational orientation: Based on the initial profiling interviews, guidance counsellors will not only inform about developments on the job market and possible career paths, but also provide applicants with motivational and inspirational help and support. Workers shall be encouraged to upgrade their skills or to learn new skills, and participate in education and training measures aimed at finding new employment, possibly in a different sector.

f. International job counselling: For job seekers willing to accept a position in another EU member state, special counsellors will assist in job search, inform about work conditions in the respective member state, and help in getting qualifications translated and recognized.

g. Follow-up mentoring: Workers can benefit from further counselling services after taking up new employment in order to facilitate transition into a new job and to minimise the risk of a job loss.

h. Training allowance: The payment starts from the date when the worker enters the transfer company, and ends as soon as the person leaves the transfer company. Participation in active labour market measures is a prerequisite for receiving an allowance.

 

Given that a large share of the beneficiaries have a low level of qualification, and often a poor command of German language, financing German classes is deemed important for their future employment.

According to the Commission, the described measures constitute active labour market measures within the eligible actions set out in Article 7 of the EGF Regulation and do not substitute passive social protection measures.

Germany provided the required information on actions that are mandatory for the enterprises concerned by virtue of national law or pursuant to collective agreements. They confirmed that a financial contribution from the EGF will not replace such actions.

Procedure

In order to mobilise the Fund, the Commission has submitted to the Budgetary Authority a request to transfer a global amount of EUR 1 081 706 from the EGF reserve (30 04 02) to the EGF (prior 2021) budget line (16 02 99 01). The trilogue procedure shall be initiated in the event of disagreement, as provided for in Article 15(4) of the EGF Regulation.

According to an internal agreement, the Employment and Social Affairs Committee should be associated to the process, in order to provide constructive support and contribute to the assessment of the applications from the Fund.


 

 

 

LETTER OF THE COMMITTEE ON EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS

Mr Johan Van Overtveldt

Chair

Committee on Budgets

BRUSSELS

Subject: <Titre>Opinion on mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund – EGF/2020/003 DE/GMH Guss - Germany</Titre> <DocRef>(2021/0107(BUD))</DocRef>

Dear Mr Chair,

Under the procedure referred to above, the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs has been asked to submit an opinion to your committee. At its meeting of 18 May 2021, the committee decided to send the opinion in the form of a letter.

The Committee on Employment and Social Affairs considered the matter at its meeting of 27 May 2021. At that meeting, it decided to call on the Committee on Budgets, as the committee responsible, to incorporate the following suggestions into its motion for a resolution.

Yours sincerely,

Lucia Ďuriš Nicholsonová

 


SUGGESTIONS

The deliberations of the EMPL committee are based on the following considerations:

 

A. Whereas on 15 December 2020, Germany submitted an application EGF/2020/003 DE/GMH Guss for a financial contribution from the EGF, following redundancies in GMH Guss GmbH in Germany. Whereas the application was submitted within 12 weeks of the date on which the intervention criteria set out in Article 4 of the EGF Regulation were met;

B. Whereas Germany submitted the application under the intervention criteria of Article 4(1)(a) of the EGF Regulation, which requires at least 500 workers being made redundant over a reference period of four months in an enterprise in a Member State;

C. Whereas the application relates to 585 workers made redundant by four subsidiaries of GMH Guss GmbH following insolvency proceedings. This enterprise operates in the economic sector classified under the NACE Revision 2 Division 24 (Manufacture of basic metals). Whereas these sites are located in the Ruhr area, the traditional industrial region in North Rhine-Westphalia;

D. Whereas the application concerns a targeted 476 workers made redundant and refers to the mobilisation of a total amount of EUR 1 081 706 from the EGF for Germany representing 60 % of the total costs of the proposed actions;

E. Whereas the foundry industry in Germany is facing acute challenges such as changes in international trade in goods and services, for example in the automotive industry on which the sector is particularly reliant, as well as relocating activities to third countries, including to EU candidate countries, with sometimes lower environmental standards and highly subsidized industries; whereas for the first time in history, German car makers were producing more cars in China than in Germany;

F. Whereas the overall metal casting production in Germany decreased by 8,9 % between 2018 and 2019 due to these globalisation-related challenges, affecting in particular North Rhine-Westphalia where 25 % of the German cast metals are produced.

Therefore, the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs calls on the Committee on Budgets, as the committee responsible, to integrate the following suggestions in its motion for a resolution:

 

1.  Agrees with the Commission that the conditions set out in Article 4(1)(a) of the EGF Regulation are met and that Germany is entitled to a financial contribution of EUR 1 081 706 under that Regulation, which represents 60 % of the total cost of EUR 1 802 845;

2.  Notes that all the procedural requirements were met;

3.  Notes that many of the workers made redundant are men in the second half of their professional career, have a low level of formal qualification, and often a poor command of German language, as a high number of the beneficiaries come from a migrant background. Stresses that the profile of such workers and their specific needs must be addressed by the personalised package of services provided under the EGF and in this regard welcomes the inclusion of upskilling measures, peer group workshops and follow up mentoring;

4.  Underlines that those redundancies are expected to have a considerable impact on the Ruhr area, the traditional industrial region in North Rhine-Westphalia, due to structural challenges since the 1960s and which were exacerbated by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic;

5.  Recalls that assistance from the EGF and other Union funds must not replace actions, which are the responsibility of the employers, be it by virtue of national law or collective agreements.

 


 

LETTER OF THE COMMITTEE ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Mr Johan VAN OVERTVELDT

Chair of the Committee on Budgets

WIE 05U012

 

 

Subject: Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund following an application from Germany - EGF/2020/003 DE/GMBH

 

 

Dear Mr Van Overtveldt,

 

 

The European Commission has transmitted to the European Parliament its proposal for a decision of the European Parliament and of the Council on the mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund following an application from Germany (COM(2021)0207), following redundancies in GMH Guss GmbH in Germany.

I understand that it is intended that a report on this proposal will be soon adopted in the Committee on Budgets.

 

The application relates to 585 workers made redundant, out of a workforce of 1 000, by four subsidiaries of GMH Guss GmbH. The estimated number of redundant workers expected to participate in the measures is 476. The redundancies are located in the NUTS level 2 regions of Düsseldorf (DEA1) and Arnsberg (DEA5).

 

The personalised services to be provided to redundant workers consist of the following actions that constitute active labour market measures within the eligible actions set out in Article 7 of the EGF Regulation: Upskilling measures, Peer groups / workshops, Business start-up advisory service, Job search assistance, Guidance counselling and vocational orientation, International job counselling, Follow-up mentoring and Training allowance.

 

The estimated total costs are EUR 1 802 845, comprising expenditure for personalised services of EUR 1 730 731 and expenditure for preparatory, management, information and publicity, control and reporting activities of EUR 72 114. 35. The total financial contribution requested from the EGF is EUR 1 081 706 (60 % of total costs).

 

This third mobilisation of the EGF reserve represents 0.5% of the available appropriations for 2021 (cumulative mobilisations 1-3 = 4.7%), leaving EUR 188 million available in commitment appropriations.

 

The rules applicable to financial contributions from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) are laid down in Regulation (EU) No 1309/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 on the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (2014-2020) and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1927/20061 (the ‘EGF Regulation’).

 

The committee coordinators have assessed this proposal, and asked me to write to you reporting that the majority of this committee has no objection to this mobilisation of the EGF to allocate the above-mentioned amount as proposed by the Commission.

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

Younous OMARJEE


INFORMATION ON ADOPTION IN COMMITTEE RESPONSIBLE

Date adopted

31.5.2021

 

 

 

Result of final vote

+:

–:

0:

40

1

0

Members present for the final vote

Rasmus Andresen, Robert Biedroń, Anna Bonfrisco, Olivier Chastel, Lefteris Christoforou, David Cormand, Paolo De Castro, José Manuel Fernandes, Eider Gardiazabal Rubial, Vlad Gheorghe, Valentino Grant, Elisabetta Gualmini, Francisco Guerreiro, Valérie Hayer, Eero Heinäluoma, Niclas Herbst, Monika Hohlmeier, Moritz Körner, Joachim Kuhs, Zbigniew Kuźmiuk, Ioannis Lagos, Hélène Laporte, Pierre Larrouturou, Janusz Lewandowski, Silvia Modig, Siegfried Mureşan, Victor Negrescu, Andrey Novakov, Jan Olbrycht, Dimitrios Papadimoulis, Karlo Ressler, Bogdan Rzońca, Nicolae Ştefănuță, Nils Torvalds, Nils Ušakovs, Johan Van Overtveldt, Rainer Wieland, Angelika Winzig

Substitutes present for the final vote

Mario Furore, Jens Geier, Henrike Hahn

 


 

FINAL VOTE BY ROLL CALL IN COMMITTEE RESPONSIBLE

40

+

ECR

Zbigniew Kuźmiuk, Bogdan Rzońca, Johan Van Overtveldt

ID

Anna Bonfrisco, Valentino Grant, Joachim Kuhs, Hélène Laporte

NI

Mario Furore

PPE

Lefteris Christoforou, José Manuel Fernandes, Niclas Herbst, Monika Hohlmeier, Janusz Lewandowski, Siegfried Mureşan, Andrey Novakov, Jan Olbrycht, Karlo Ressler, Rainer Wieland, Angelika Winzig

Renew

Olivier Chastel, Vlad Gheorghe, Valérie Hayer, Moritz Körner, Nicolae Ştefănuță, Nils Torvalds

S&D

Robert Biedroń, Paolo De Castro, Eider Gardiazabal Rubial, Jens Geier, Elisabetta Gualmini, Eero Heinäluoma, Pierre Larrouturou, Victor Negrescu, Nils Ušakovs

The Left

Silvia Modig, Dimitrios Papadimoulis

Verts/ALE

Rasmus Andresen, David Cormand, Francisco Guerreiro, Henrike Hahn

 

1

-

NI

Ioannis Lagos

 

0

0

 

 

 

Key to symbols:

+ : in favour

- : against

0 : abstention

 

 

[1] OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 855.

[2] OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, p. 11.

[3] OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, p. 28.

[4] Within the meaning of Article 3 of the EGF Regulation.

[5] Subsidiaries Friedrich Wilhelms-Hütte Eisenguss GmbH and Friedrich Wilhems-Hütte GmbH, both located in Mülheim an der Ruhr.

[6] Subsidiary Dieckerhoff Guss GmbH in Gevelsberg, and the subsidiary Walter Hundhausen GmbH (as well as the main seat of GMH Guss GmbH) in Schwerte.

[7] Deutsche Bank Research (2020): Automobilindustrie – Produktion in China überflügelt heimische Fertigung; Eurofound (2016): -ERM report 2016: Globalisation slowdown? Recent evidence of offshoring and reshoring in Europe; Eurofound (2020): ERM report 2020: Restructuring across borders. Measured in compensated gross tonnage (cgt).

[8] Stephen, Sophie (2020): Deutsche Gussproduktion 2019 und Ausblick 2020, in: GIESSEREI, 04/2020.

[9] OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 855.

[10] OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, p. 29.

[11] Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2020/2093 of 17 December 2020 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021-2027 (OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, p. 15).

  Date to be inserted by the Parliament before the publication in OJ.

[12]OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, p. 15.

[13] OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 855.

[14] OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, p. 28.

[15] Within the meaning of Article 3 of the EGF Regulation.

[16] subsidiaries Friedrich Wilhelms-Hütte Eisenguss GmbH and Friedrich Wilhems-Hütte GmbH, both located in Mülheim an der Ruhr.

[17] subsidiary Dieckerhoff Guss GmbH in Gevelsberg, and the subsidiary Walter Hundhausen GmbH (as well as the main seat of GMH Guss GmbH) in Schwerte.

[18] OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, p. 11.

[19] Council Directive 98/59/EC of 20 July 1998 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to collective redundancies (OJ L 225, 12.8.1998, p. 16).

[20] Bundesverband der Deutschen Gießerei-Industrie (BDGUss): Die Gießerei-Industrie. Eine starke Branche in Zahlen (2019).

[21] https://www.vda.de/de/services/zahlen-und-daten/jahreszahlen/automobilproduktion sowie https://www.quest-trendmagazin.de/automobilindustrie/internationalisierung/weltregion-automobilproduktion.html

[22] Deutsche Bank Research (2020): Automobilindustrie – Produktion in China überflügelt heimische Fertigung; Eurofound (2016): -ERM report 2016: Globalisation slowdown? Recent evidence of offshoring and reshoring in Europe; Eurofound (2020): ERM report 2020: Restructuring across borders.

[23] Measured in compensated gross tonnage (cgt).

[24] Stephen, Sophie (2020): Deutsche Gussproduktion 2019 und Ausblick 2020, in: GIESSEREI, 04/2020.

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