Pilsen Steel, a Czech steel mill, is to dismiss 477 people by the end of March 2020. The company has been declared bankrupt and production has been stopped from January 2019. About 47 people will stay at the site, of which one blue-collar worker and the rest from administration.
According to available information, a strategic manufacturing partner from industry should buy the company. The redundancies are said to be linked to a decision of the new business owner who is not yet known.