Mr Philippe Boulette Scola, CEO of INFIPLAST and CFAO (an apprentice training centre based in Oyonnax), shared, with the Prime Minister, his vision of the markets and the challenges to be faced in the struggle to remain competitive, challenges such as the excessive hike in raw material costs and the monopolistic position of suppliers.
Also discussed were the subjects of employment and training.Mr Philippe Boulette Scola
mentioned the dynamism of the plastics processing industry and how it is necessary to adapt human resources through training to stay abreast of the constantly evolving profession. During the thank you speech, Mr Philippe Boulette Scola
asked the ministers to stay in touch with the field, to ensure they remain aware of the realities of companies and are able to provide support to their innovation drives to remain competitive in international markets.
..."For Philippe Boulette Scola, the gain is invaluable, not only have productivity and quality improved, but there have also been gains in terms of mutual trust: when the head of a company cares about the working conditions of his staff they notice."
...As part of a special feature called "Rhône-Alpes, the car industry is diversifying and innovating", including an interview with Philippe Boulette Scola, CEO of INFIPLAST.
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