Marsans provides reduced from twelve to twon
Marsans provides reduced from twelve to two their offices in the region.
In this sense, according to Europa Press said union sources, Travel Marsans deck that "the two offices that will remain open will own one in Seville and the only one that has the entity in Torremolinos (Malaga)." So, predictably affected establishments are located in Malaga and other two goals in Sevilla, as well as the group that owns the Cadiz, Algeciras, Jerez, aion kinah kaufen, de la Frontera, Cordoba and Granada, while in the case of Almeria is not yet confirmed.
Similarly, the same trade union sources pointed out that in these offices employing some 250 employees, of which 200 have permanent contracts and the rest are casual "would not renew the contract and would apply to the ERE, through which, tera gold, Marsans estimated that between 1179 and dispense with 1479 jobs, which account for between 56.7 percent and 71 percent of their current staff consists of 2079 workers.
However, company sources the committee explained to Europa Press that during the meeting held on Friday, the directive is not specific to the representatives of workers for the amount of job cuts, which first data will be presented, earthrise credits, at another meeting which will take place next Tuesday.
At that meeting, the working group led by CEO Marsans, Ivan Losada, they transmit a detailed report on the impact of the operation in each department, breaking the information between different companies that make up the group.
Marsans emphasize the direction of the company's strategic plan is based on three central aspects: sales to activate and retrieve business; sale of nonstrategic assets and cost reduction and restructuring of the company.
The president of the CEOE, Gerardo Diaz Ferran, Gonzalo Pascual and his partner sold the company for ten days and Teinver Marsans to Posibilitum Business Travel, owned by businessman Angel de Cabo, for 600 million euros, including the liabilities of the group, which exceed 300 million euros.
The nearly 3,000 workers who remain linked to Marsans, following the departure of nearly 1,000 employees to other companies in the sector due to the problems of the group, expressed doubts about the sale of which was the second largest Spanish travel agency to a company no experience in tourism.
Just a week ago Diaz Ferran assure himself that workers had "reason to be concerned," as De Cabo would take both companies forward. "We've sold Marsans, a company that has cash flow problems but nothing else, and the others are working perfectly," he stated.