Friday, May 29, 2020

Heineken rules out restarting operations at its Mexico plants

The company reported that to avoid irreversible effects, they only carry out work in the cooking area to preserve the yeasts. {La, “Heineken Mexico brewery reported this Wednesday that its production and distribution operations continue to be halted due to the health emergency of the new” coronavirus. ” federal authorities. Also, to avoid irreversible effects on our plants, only work is carried out in the cooking area, with the aim of preserving our yeasts, ”the company reported in a statement. The brewing industry closed its plants and stopped its distribution on March 31 with the declaration of a sanitary emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic, since they were not considered an essential industry.

Last week, Karla Siqueiros, president of Cerveceros de México, assured that there is a shortage of the drink, because both the production and distribution of it is completely stopped. In addition, on April 30, Oxxo commented that it had a 10-day beer inventory, although there are stores owned by it that no longer had a product because some locations sell more than others. “The supply of beer is a problem. We still have stock of Modelo and Heineken, which had the possibility of supplying us with products a few weeks ago, but they are not producing.

When the distribution runs out of beer, which will happen in the following weeks, that will be negative for sales anyway, “Juan Fonseca, director of investor relations at FEMSA, said in a conference with analysts, also on April 30. On Tuesday, Grupo Modelo also reported that its beer production continues to be stopped, this after an image that shows white smoke on its plant in Mexico City circulated on social networks.

Source:El Financiero


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