Workers of Feuchtwanger Industries protested Thursday afternoon at the company's facilities throughout Israel after the company failed to pay their July salaries.

The protests have halted work at the company's facilities in Jerusalem, Haifa, Petah Tikvah, Ashdod and Beer Sheba. The salaries were supposed to have been paid a week ago.

The whole Feuchtwanger group is under a 34-day court stay of proceedings. But the workers are infuriated at the total disregard to their demands, TheMarker has learned.

They also claim that Feuchtwanger Industries has been paying money due to suppliers, and for the release of goods from customs, while withholding their pay.

There are talks to sell the Feuchtwanger Industries group. Concrete offers have arrived from three groups: Housing & Construction, Scope, and a group of private investors.

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