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1 Apr 2024

U.S Department of Labor

Mexico: Request under USMCA to review alleged violations of workers' rights at an industrial parts facility in Nuevo Leon

"Department of Labor, Office of Trade Representative seek review of alleged labor rights' denial at Nuevo Leon, Mexico , industrial parts facility", 1 April 2024.

The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement’s Interagency Labor Committee for Monitoring and Enforcement today requested the Mexican government review an allegation that workers’ rights are being denied at the Servicios Industriales González industrial parts manufacturing facility in Nuevo León, Mexico...Filed under the agreement’s Rapid Response Labor Mechanism, the petition alleges the company interfered systemically with workers’ rights to freedom of association and collective bargaining. Specifically, it claims Servicios Industriales González denied the union access to company facilities and provided a company-supported union preferential treatment. The petition also outlines a pattern of intimidation against SNTTYC’s supporters, including threats, retaliatory actions and dismissals...The company’s goods are part of the production chain of international brands such as John Deere, Caterpillar and Komatzu...