Orihuela Chamber has been made available to demarcation companies affected by the storm that has swept the Vega Baja to try to recover normalcy as soon as possible. There are many companies affected and from all sectors, “of course the agricultural sector has been the most affected, but also transport, industry and services, because there is no doubt that the destruction caused will drag everyone, from those who have found their company destroyed, of course, even those who have not been able to open the blind in four days, which also record losses, ”said the president of Cámara Orihuela, Mario Martínez.
The business organizations of the province and the Community have sided with Orihuela Chamber with all the technical, material and human resources they can provide. In fact, the president of the Business Confederation of the Valencian Community (CEV), Salvador Navarro, and the president of the Business Association of Vega Baja (ASEMVEGA), Joaquín Torres, visited Orihuela this afternoon and specifically two companies in the polygon , Electrosegura y Comercial Donate, and in both it has been able to see how devastating the storm is. The Regional Board is also underway as well as Asemvega, among others, always in contact with the Council of Chambers of the Valencian Community and the Generalitat Valenciana.
The intention of Cámara Orihuela is to be the channeling entity of all the necessary information and help for companies “and for that we are going to make every possible effort in order to help our business fabric,” Martínez said.
For his part, the president of the CEV, Salvador Navarro, highlighted “the need for the Vega Baja to be declared a catastrophic zone and for urgently activating aid that will allow the recovery of all the affected areas in the region.” “From the CEV we will work in coordination with the Administration so that both people and companies can recover their normalcy as soon as possible,” added Navarro.
From the CEV it is estimated that all of the industrial estates and 80% of the companies, out of a total of 21,900 companies registered in the Vega Baja region (more than 8,600 in Orihuela), have been affected by DANA. The entire fruit and vegetable sector has also suffered the consequences of the cold drop, both in terms of production and the agri-food industry.
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