British expat horror as Spain hit by devastating supply problems- Christmas warning issued


“After passing the worst of the pandemic, the recovery of the sector is now being weighed down by an enormous instability in the markets, a global crisis in transport that affects imports and exports, and also the supply of raw materials.

“The current situation is not a consequence of an increase in consumption but derived from a crisis in transport and raw materials.”

Bosco Torremocha said if the situation continues, some companies would see their survival compromised.

“A stock break is a drama for a company, although if it lasts two weeks it is less tragic than if it lasts three months. It lengthens and you cannot fulfill orders, you do not have invoicing and therefore you have no liquidity,” he warned.



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