Unite members working for Goodfish at their St Asaph site in North Wales will tomorrow take industrial action over a 2 year pay freeze imposed on them by their employer. Goodfish employs over 50 people at the plant which produces PVC mouldings. The company took over the site from Honeywell in 2019.

Daryl Williams, Unite Regional Officer commented:

“Our members have worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic, maintaining production levels and fulfilling the order book. To now be told they will not receive any pay increase for the second successive year is a real kick in the teeth.

"The strength of feeling amongst our members is very high, they have had enough. They have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action and are determined to fight back against this pay freeze. Unite will use all of its resources to support our members during this industrial action”.