Supply Chain: Truckers' Union Calls for Government Action
At the height of the Coronavirus pandemic, all trade has been affected, as has transport. However, they continue to operate despite the difficulties involved in the risk of contagion and the Government's measures to reduce it.
This is generated by delays in sanitary customs, leaving less time for the truckers to operate on time and meet deliveries. For this reason, the truckers is calling for a series of measures from the government, and specifically from the Ministry of Finance.
Among its proposals propose the refund of 100% of the specific tax on fuels and the rescheduling of credits into deferred payments of 3 or 6 installments, paying only interest in these coming months.
A measure that was implemented earlier for the 2010 earthquake, in which it facilitated the payment of credits to truckers, as well as deferment of credit payments commercial, consumer, and personal mortgage loans.