Posted Apr 1, 2020, 8:07 a.m.Updated on Apr 1, 2020, 10:42 a.m.
“We especially don’t want to stop. We don’t know if we would be able to leave behind, ”confesses an anxious industrialist. In French factories, the question of “stop or again” has been agitating workshops and departments since the start of the coronavirus crisis. Despite the employees forced to stay at home, the lack of masks, tiredness and anxiety, a good part of the industrialists fight to make turn their machines in degraded mode – that it is a question of ensuring the needs for France or of saving the furniture of the house.
” It is a hassle. We have to operate the sites with a strong absenteeism, with the fear of not finding enough masks and gloves for everyone at all times. But no choice, you have to produce, ”says an executive from a large food group, who no longer counts the hours spent in crisis cells.