Ries promises to give answers to workers’ grievance


Ries Engineering Share Co. has received grievance from its workers in a peaceful demonstration held at the company’s head office located in Saries. The company said that it will hear and give answers to the workers’ questions.
Last Tuesday, over 100 company workers gathered and raised banners that read ,“save Ries’ Engineerings, customers are complaining, we need the right leader, Ries is our home….’’ to the management heads who were willing to hear the workers’ grievances.
Improvement of payment and better management were the big questions from the workers.
A worker who claim anonymity said, “we have a big company and we need to do big things but mismanagement make us perform less.’’
Higher heads of the company received the grievance letters from the workers and promised to consider the grievances.
Mansour Alamain, CEO of Ries told Capital that, “ In these points I can’t say more except that we have received the letters and will give responses in a short period .
In related news Ries Enegenerrring, owned by business tycoon, Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi ,held the “open House Addis 2017” event in the last Tuesday and Wednesday.
Under the theme of “sharing values’’, experts from Caterpillar and Ries covered an extensive program including, the full range of machines and generates sets, states of the art technology for service and maintenance, 360 solutions and an ambitious program of “Technicians for Africa “
As one of the new initiatives of the leader dealership, Ries introduces SEM machines, fully owned by Caterpillar, a brand which offers a complementary options for customers focused on lifecycle value. SEM has been recently integrated in the company, including supply of spare parts and world class service.
Ries started operation in 1965 representing well known brands, caterpillar and Massey Ferguson. It has been supporting the construction and agriculture sectors for many years. Besides its headquarters in Adiss Ababa, the company has established branches in four locations, Bahir Dar, Dire Dawa, Mekele, and Hawassa.