“If an agreement is not reached within the next few hours, Danone will be forced to make a major decision,” the company said in a statement.
Danone warned that due to transport disruptions and incidents, a solution was not found immediately.
“If an agreement is not reached within the next few hours, Danone will be forced to make a major decision to interrupt the milk collection process, thereby affecting the production process at its factories and the subsequent transfer of the finished product to the food distribution chain. This will lead to national supplies of natural mineral water and dairy products being disrupted,”the company warned in a statement.
So far, Danone has done its “best” effort to keep all of its activities within normal limits, despite the difficulties caused by the difficult and high-stress environment.
However, as he explained, the “unprecedented” instability and worsening of strikes have begun to affect the supply of basic raw materials for its products, such as whole milk or cream.
Danone expresses its “deep” concern over this situation and the serious consequences of force majeure, not only among all the agents and groups involved, but society as a whole.
In addition, he believes that the negotiation process can be accelerated and an agreement can be reached in the shortest possible time, thereby resuming activities as soon as possible.