Talks will resume today between union leaders and the administrators of Manganese Bronze in Coventry, which has announced almost 100 job losses.
The firm says jobs cuts are needed to save money but Unite has described the decision as outrageous and says the Government should step in to save the taxi manufacturer.
Peter Coulson, Regional Officer for Unite the Union said this evening that there was a "small group of employees who stayed behind" tonight.
He said that Unite will be speaking to the administrators tomorrow, over the redundancies at the Coventry-based maker of black London cabs, Manganese-Bronze.
ITV Central has received reports that that workers at the Coventry factory where they make the London black cab have occupied the building.
Our business correspondent Mark Gough explains.
Unite is calling for the Government to step in to save taxi manufacturer Manganese-Bronze.
The Coventry-based maker of London black cabs said they were going into administration last week, putting more than 200 posts at risk.
Workers at the Coventry-based maker of London black cabs are believed to have locked themselves inside their factory after 99 were told they were being made redundant.
Manganese-Bronze said they were going into administration last week, putting more than 200 posts at risk.
Unite has described the decision as outrageous and says the Government should step in to save the taxi manufacturer.
The Midlands firm which makes the London black cabs may go into administration. Spiralling losses, declining sales and competition from bigger car makers like Mercedes are believed to be the cause.
As black cab Coventry manufacturer Manganese Bronze heads into administration Central News asked a Birmingham taxi driver if he thinks black cabs could be saved.
"I hope it does but they need to go back to the drawing board and find an engine which is economical. You're getting return of 20 to the gallon. The way the fuel prices are, 20 to the gallon is nothing and with a Mercedes you're getting over 35 to the gallon " - Abdul Qazoom
On Central Tonight we are examining the future of Coventry taxi maker, Manganese Bronze as it heads into administration.
We have spent the day with a Birmingham cabbie who drives one of their taxis.
The firm is losing money and not selling enough cars.
It is also fighting off competition from big car makers like Mercedes and soon Nissan who are converting their people carriers into taxis.
John Russell, Chief Executive, Manganese Bronze, says it is an uncertain time for the staff at the company, following the announcement that the Coventry-based manufacturer has fallen into administration.