Former workers at the Durobor tableware glassmaking plant in Belgium are still waiting on a decision on its future.
Workers submitted a plan to rescue the troubled plant based in Soignies, Belgium, before Christmas but have still not received any news.
The document is with Sogepa, the financial arm of the Walloon government and current owner of the glass factory.
The financial document has to convince the regional government that the glass factory will secure sales, volume and turnover to cover the high fixed costs.
Approximately €10 million is required to revive the plant and re-start two production lines, as well as hire 70 of its former staff.
The submitted financial plan forecasts a positive results after three years.