There is work, but no laborers! Furniture makers in Concordia are currently limited. Why?


There are clients who despair and cancel services, others show flexibility and give more time to receive their jobs.

Concordia, Sinaloa.- The third wave of contagion of COVID-19 hits hard laborers in the furniture industry of Concordia, which limits them to complete orders, workers who test positive have had to isolate themselves and remain in quarantine, revealed Andrés Brito Díaz.

The president of the Furniture Cluster in Concordia, explained that this situation has been constant in recent weeks, in most of the workshops, where some colleagues who help in the manufacture tested positive or in the best of cases, when receiving the vaccine they had some mild reaction.

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“Yes, covid has hit us hard that why we have personnel issues, and what does it entail, its consequence to delay in commitments and that is why we cannot take on new commitments. When talking with my colleagues, basically we are all in the same situation and on hold, this is unpredictable, because tomorrow or the day after we can relapse, but the sale of furniture, delivery and orders are there “plenty “.

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He said that faced with this situation, some clients have chosen to cancel services, but in others, when explaining this situation that they face this third wave of contagion, they show patience and choose to wait longer.

Brito Díaz commented that even in these negotiations they have chosen to offer an item to the client, as a gift, in gratitude and to wait a while longer, while they manage to complete the work and commitment assumed.


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