According to the newsstands, Panini privileged other sales channels to market its much-demanded product: they claim that service stations, delivery applications, large companies and supermarkets had priority over the workers who really always sold said product.
This lawsuit was born weeks ago and FIFA’s partner company did not respond to it: “Out of supply, the figurines are not available, or they take between one and two weeks to obtain. The Panini company does not deliver the products to Kiosqueros de Argentina”sentenced Adrián Palacios (vice president of the union) on Twitter.
“There is a shortage of figurines and albums throughout the country. The average delivery is 25 to 50 packages per week, and 20 to 30 albums per week. That is not enough for any neighbor of any locality. And what we are asking Panini is to deliver the merchandise to the official distributors and that these distributors sell it to the newsstands and not do it as before, in the parallel market, “Palacios shot angrily in dialogue with Clarín.
In addition, the complaint includes the overprice paid for the product, since there are figurines for sale on the Internet that range between $300 and $500 pesos (the official price is $150 pesos). The albums, on the other hand, are offered between $3,000 and $3,500 pesos, and the Messi figurine is valued at about $8,500 pesos.
It will be seen that it is born from this dialogue in which the Government interceded, but the reality is that the value of this product already seems to be out of hand.
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