ARAN warns that rising fuel prices could shut down many tug companies – Companies

In a statement, referring to the “dramatic days” that are being lived by the ‘tug’ companies, the National Association of the Automobile Industry (ARAN) highlights the ‘exponential’ increase in the costs of this activity, giving as an example the price of fuel. , which account for at least 50% of the overall costs of these companies, according to the results of a study commissioned by an external entity.

ARAN highlights that the increase in this bill has occurred without “these companies having access to any relief measure by the Government or prices being updated”.

“The development costs of this activity have been increasing exponentially over the last few years, and, according to the information that these professionals are confiding to ARAN, the prices paid for the services have not undergone any positive update by the assistance companies in travel, even talking about updating, but in the sense of lowering the prices of services”, refers the statement.

For ARAN, the Government and travel assistance companies cannot continue “to pretend that the problem does not exist”, warning that the maintenance of this situation will lead to the closure of many companies and the loss of many jobs.

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