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BASF strokes worldwide, up to 2000 Points. Photo: Uwe Anspach/dpa

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At BASF, numerous other Jobs are done away with. This time it hits a service unit that is to be compiled only been the beginning of the year new.

The BASF paints in your service unit “Global Business Services” worldwide, up to 2000 Points.

These are to be dismantled by the end of the year 2022, as the chemicals group, announced on Tuesday in Ludwigshafen, Germany. The company did not indicate where exactly the Jobs are going to disappear. Overall, the BASF currently has more than 117,000 employees worldwide.

The network “Global Business Services” providing services to individual business units of BASF. The spectrum ranges according to the company, financial or logistical processes to personnel health or safety. The unit was created at the beginning of the year, with up to 8400 employees. Among other things, with the job cuts, the group wants to save in this area, starting in the year 2023, more than 200 million euros a year.

In the future, more services will be bundled in centers. “Details of the planned realignment to be developed in the coming months,” said BASF.

The company had already announced in November 2018, a larger reduction in the course of a restructuring. In June 2019, the plans have been clarified. So should fall away by the end of 2020, a total of 6000 jobs, about half of them at its home base in Ludwigshafen, Germany. The company wants to get by without layoffs. In the number of 6000, the Jobst are not included with “Global Business Services” yet.

BASF wants to slim down with the program, its organizational structures, waste, among others in the administration. The Corona-crisis and weak demand in the auto industry have recently impacted the operations of the chemical group. In view of the persistently high uncertainty of economic development, BASF has spent so far, no targets for the year 2020.

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