Heavy truck drivers who provide transportation services have announced that they will stop work on Tuesday, January 17, to express their opposition to the alleged irregular payment of fines.
Prensalibre.com reports that "...Rony Mendoza, director of the Union of Drivers of Heavy Transporters, said the strike will be supported by rural, teaching and indigenous organizations, therefore they expect the participation of about 35 thousand people.However, at least two of these unions refused to give their support."
In the first ten months of the year distribution agencies report having sold 2,115 units.
The companies who are member of the Association of Importers of Vehicles and Equipment (Aivema) reported increases of between 4.6% and 10% in imports of trucks in recent years, in a market with a high level of competition.
In 2015 Central American countries imported $447 million worth of auto parts, and 60% of them came from the USA, Japan and China.
Datafrom a report entitled "Vehicle Parts Market in Central America", prepared by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData.com shows that Guatemala is the main buyer of these goods in the region.In 2015 alone the country imported $121.6 million and 37% of it came from the United States, 12.6% from Japan, another 12.6% from China, 9% from Mexico and the rest from other countries such as South Korea and Germany.
In December 2015, 22% of the vehicles circulating in the countries of the region were between 1 and 5 years old, and 19% were between 6 and 10 years old.
The report "Vehicular Fleet in Central America in 2015," compiled by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData com details the age of vehicles circulating in the countries in Central America.
Those interested in supplying the Costa Rican Electricity Institute with 224 vehicles now have until March 16th to submit their bids.
A publication on the website of the Comptroller General of the Republic (CGR) states that the Costa Rican Institute of Electricity has postponed until March 16 the deadline for receipt of bids in the tender to supply land vehicles of different types to the Costa Rican state run power company.
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