Friday , May 7 2021

The lack of merchandise in Bahia Blanca has surpassed the average

Francisco Renalidi

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In our city, according to a private study, one of the largest supermarket chains in the city's Gondolas had 8.8% of the time the customer did not get the desired product. La Nouwa had access to.

The missing merchandise name in Gndola (FMG) was studied by GS1 Argentina, a global non-profit organization, which provides management solutions for recognized national and international supermarket chains associated with it, some of them in Bahia Blanca.
Areas participating in Argentina include CABA, Rosario, Nequinn, General Roco and Mar del Plata, covering a total of 197 places.
This year covers the period from August 2 to September 7.
According to the parameters directed by GS1, each select retail, products can be measured per store.
Selection focuses on the best selling products and during all the days of the week, always depends on the various forms of stores (local stores, hypermarkets, convenience stores and supermarkets) during the time taken.
This year, Fortune has focused on 23 cities across cities, including Rio Gallegos and San Luis for the first time.
Analysis is completed on a significant number of measurements on consumer behavior on the faces of missing products.
Approximately 10,400 products from various categories measured are related to the sale of 197 audited cell rooms by approximately 193 thousand criteria corresponding to the portfolio of the schools (barcodes that identify the products).
In order to ensure the unity of the criteria, FMG is considered to be any product that can not be displayed by the end customer in the normal place inside the cell room (primary display).
The missing average of 23 places of GS1 study was 4.83%, which means that during the period of the period, more than 293,665 measures were lost in 14,189 occasions.
For the special case of Bahia Blanca, during the proposed period, 1,200 times of the desired product can not be found, out of a total of 13,700 sizes, made by GS1, this figure represents a total of 8.8%.
The largest percentage of cities included in this report are Komodoro Rivadavia (8.4%), Trevev (8.6%), Mar del Plata (7.6%) and Salta (7.5%). %), Just ahead of San Luis (9.1%).
The missing nominees were CBA (1.8%), Vienna (2%) and Greater Buenos Aires (3.7%).
As a part of the study, the reasons behind the FMG in all areas were as follows:
* 36.59% of cases were not changed by the supplier in the monondise gondola.
* The store does not accommodate inventory in 23.28% of cases.
* The supplier did not deliver the product to 20.61% of cases.
* The remaining 20% ​​are suitable for various issues such as incomplete orders, broken or finished merchants, poor locations etc.
The report warns that the largest percentage of the emergency (more than 79%) of the output is in line with the relevant causes of the supermarket chain, while the remaining 21% is associated with its suppliers.
Already it has been suggested that the report gives consumers complete surveys about their emotions, while the ones they are looking for are discovered, in other issues
Thus, 6,235 defendants passed from 197 sale rooms admitted that postpondrias would not be in the absence of the purchase for the second inventory, nor would they decide to buy any item that day, the amount of income loss for both the supplier and the supermarket operator.
In parallel, consumers identified as the category of products with the highest FMG level, then personal hygiene (22%), drink (20%) and home care (18%).
In terms of last year's measurement, the increase in FMG (it was 3.89%) and against the first measure of this year (4.77%).
The purpose of GS1 is to use the results of the study to provide information on the mass market and to help in the continuous development of new solutions and services to improve product availability, sales and customer service.
Sales in decline
Sales in stores fell by 15.1% in September, regardless of inflation, regardless of inflation, when they dropped 7.9% in the supermarket, the index reported this week.
Both indices, key to measuring the progress of consumption, have led to a continuous three-month decline in sales in the country's overall recession.
In shopping malls, sales in the ninth month of the year reached 5,749 million peso, while they reached $ 24,307 million in the supermarket.
If taken in the first nine months of the year, the sales of shopping amounted to $ 36,449.5 million, which showed a cumulative growth of 3.1% despite the decline in the last three months.
In supermarkets, compared to the same period of 2017, the year-on-year decrease by 0.2% to $ 239,156 million.
On the other hand, however, in the supermarket sales through online channel, it increased 58.7% in September, now it represents only 1.5% of the total.
That same month, the sale of current prices – including inflation – increased the wholesale self-service to $ 6,209.1 million, showing an increase of 22% compared to the same month of 2017.
In September 2018, the current prices were sold at $ 5,749.9 million in shopping centers, which showed an increase of 17.2% compared to the same month in 2017.
What happened?
Despite bad references, fragrances and toys, there are some things that still grow in shopping malls.
Thus, during September, the highest increase in sales in shopping centers was "Perfumer and Pharmacy", 40.1%; "Other", 36.8%; "Toy shop", 32%; "Bookstores and stationery", 31.4% and "sports clothes and accessories", 29.3%.
In the city of Buenos Aires, in the context of the same month of 2017, the most distinguishing items in the same period were "others", 62.5%; "Perfumer and Pharmacy", 38.2%; "Bookstores and stationery" and "Toy shop", 33.9% and "sports clothes and accessories", together with both 31.5%.
In the conurbano, in the context of the same month of 2017, more diversity in September, "Perfumeric and Pharmacy" corresponds to 44.2%; "Toy shop", 29.7%; "Home accessories, decoration and textiles", 28.5%; "Sports clothing and accessories", 27.9%; And "Bookstore and Stationery", 27.7%.
Meanwhile, the first Consumer Confidence Index in Argentina, measured by Thomson Reuters / Ipsos in November 2018, declined 0.9 percent from last month.
Monthly results are based on four weighted sub-indexes: Employment in employment sub-index, which has dropped 0.4 points; Economic expectations sub-index, which has dropped 1.8 points; Investment Climate Sub Index, which has declined 0.7 points in the previous month.

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