EMCC European Monitoring Centre on Change

Factsheets

The restructuring events database contains factsheets with data on large-scale restructuring events reported in the principal national media in each EU member state. It has been in existence since 2002.

The map displays the most recent cases. Nation-wide cases are displayed next to the country name.

Recent restructuring cases

The database is updated daily and grows at a rate of approximately 20-30 new entries a week. To date, more than 25,000 restructuring events have been recorded.

In order to be included in the database, an individual case of restructuring must involve the announced loss or creation of at least 100 jobs, or employment effects affecting at least 10% of a workforce of more than 250 people. A restructuring statistics tool is available to explore summary data from the restructuring events database by country, sector and restructuring type.

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Announcement date Country Company Restructuring type Sector Planned job creation Planned job reductions min
16/01/2020 France Remade Merger/Acquisition Manufacturing 210
16/01/2020 France Nestlé France Offshoring/Delocalisation Manufacturing 158
16/01/2020 Czech Republic Konplan Business expansion Manufacturing 140
14/01/2020 France Auchan Retail France Internal restructuring Retail 135 677
14/01/2020 France Toyota Business expansion Manufacturing 1300
13/01/2020 France Celad Business expansion Information / communication 170
13/01/2020 Czech Republic Canpack Business expansion Manufacturing 160
10/01/2020 Netherlands AEB Internal restructuring Utilities 50
09/01/2020 World EcoVadis Business expansion Professional services 200
07/01/2020 Czech Republic Madeta Business expansion Manufacturing 100
07/01/2020 France Zoo de Beauval Business expansion Arts / entertainment 100
06/01/2020 Netherlands FNG Closure Retail 184
03/01/2020 Czech Republic Pilsen Steel Bankruptcy Manufacturing 477
30/12/2019 Poland Warmia Closure Manufacturing 140

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