segunda-feira, 28 de maio, 2018

Strike Paralyzes the Country in various sectors

The truckers ' strike comes to your fifth day and cause even more disorders in 22 States and Federal District. Keep track of how the country is being affected and the placement of some entities: FecomercioSP the organisation points to a risk of loss of R $1.8 billion in the State of São Paulo and R $5.4 billion throughout the country, if this crisis reaches your limit. The reflection for retail in the city of São Paulo can cause losses of up to £ $570 million sales per day. The Ebit Ebit reduced in 7.4 percentage points-from 20.7% to 13.3% growth expectation for the sector in the month of May compared with the same period of the ante in the past, which was R $3.79 billion. The initial expectation was of a turnover of $4.58 billion, which was R reduced R $4.30 billion a estimated loss of R $280 million. Supermarkets the strike already affects the supply of GPA Group's supermarkets. The Extra stores, Assai and Pão de Açúcar have already register lack of items from the fresh produce industry. Stocks of meat and poultry also begin to be impacted. With the Carrefour is no different. The network, in some establishments, are limiting purchases to just five units per product. Restaurants the shortages affect McDonald's that is without receiving bread. Ingredients are with the limited stock. The company, in a statement, says that may be missing some products on the menu. Another restaurant chain that is being affected is the Madero. According to the company, the stores no longer stock from Saturday. Abia for Brazilian food industries Association (Abia) reveals that only 2 of 106-associated-are more than 315 trucks with perishable foods stopped on roadsides. One of the companies reported more than 1,100 tons of products delivered to customers. Such delays should mean losses around £ $3 million. "We recognize the legitimacy of the strike launched by the movement of Independent truckers, however, we call attention to risks of locks to the movement of perishable foods, which, in addition to the waste, bringing losses for the entire production chain. The power sector in Brazil brings together more than 35000 industries. The Abia State believes that the movement must preserve the flow of food and asks for urgent negotiations between the CNTA (National Confederation of Autonomous Carriers), the ABCam (Brazilian Association of truckers) and the Federal Government, for rapid solution of issue. " APAs Apas positioned itself to the press stating that outages of Independent truckers have caused shortages in supermarkets, in particular FLV items (fruit, vegetables), which are perishable and depend on daily supply. Meats, dairy products, frozen bakery and industrial products that carry proteins in the manufacturing process are with compromised deliveries. The entity expects immediate resolutions and in fact effective Government that entrepreneurs are not impacted and, mainly, that the population does not suffer from a lack of basic need products. Abrafarma according to the entity, 6.3 million of medicines, that they'd be 90% of the Brazilian territory and 2.4 million consumers, are threatened not to reach your destination. The entity revealed that the main difficulties reach the so-called thermolabile medicines, which must be kept chilled. FecomercioSP the organisation points to a risk of loss of R $1.8 billion in the State of São Paulo and R $5.4 billion throughout the country, if this crisis reaches your limit. The reflection for retail in the city of São Paulo can cause losses of up to £ $570 million sales per day. The Ebit Ebit reduced in 7.4 percentage points-from 20.7% to 13.3% growth expectation for the sector in the month of May compared with the same period of the ante in the past, which was R $3.79 billion. The initial expectation was of a turnover of $4.58 billion, which was R reduced R $4.30 billion a estimated loss of R $280 million. Supermarkets the strike already affects the supply of GPA Group's supermarkets. The Extra stores, Assai and Pão de Açúcar have already register lack of items from the fresh produce industry. Stocks of meat and poultry also begin to be impacted. With the Carrefour is no different. The network, in some establishments, are limiting purchases to just five units per product. Restaurants the shortages affect McDonald's that is without receiving bread. Ingredients are with the limited stock. The company, in a statement, says that may be missing some products on the menu. Another restaurant chain that is being affected is the Madero. According to the company, the stores no longer stock from Saturday. Abia for Brazilian food industries Association (Abia) reveals that only 2 of 106-associated-are more than 315 trucks with perishable foods stopped on roadsides. One of the companies reported more than 1,100 tons of products delivered to customers. Such delays should mean losses around £ $3 million. "We recognize the legitimacy of the strike launched by the movement of Independent truckers, however, we call attention to risks of locks to the movement of perishable foods, which, in addition to the waste, bringing losses for the entire production chain. The power sector in Brazil brings together more than 35000 industries. The Abia State believes that the movement must preserve the flow of food and asks for urgent negotiations between the CNTA (National Confederation of Autonomous Carriers), the ABCam (Brazilian Association of truckers) and the Federal Government, for rapid solution of issue. " APAs Apas positioned itself to the press stating that outages of Independent truckers have caused shortages in supermarkets, in particular FLV items (fruit, vegetables), which are perishable and depend on daily supply. Meats, dairy products, frozen bakery and industrial products that carry proteins in the manufacturing process are with compromised deliveries. The entity expects immediate resolutions and in fact effective Government that entrepreneurs are not impacted and, mainly, that the population does not suffer from a lack of basic need products. Abrafarma according to the entity, 6.3 million of medicines, that they'd be 90% of the Brazilian territory and 2.4 million consumers, are threatened not to reach your destination. The entity revealed that the main difficulties reach the so-called thermolabile medicines, which must be kept chilled.
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