Blockade of BCC distribution center in Almere passed

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A distribution center of electronics chain BCC in Almere was blocked again for some time this morning. The distribution center was blocked by employees of transport and transport companies who had also been protesting at the location for some time on Thursday.

The two companies say their invoices have not been paid for months and they fear they will not get their money if the chain goes bankrupt. Sadi Iz, owner of one of the transport companies, tells Omroep Flevoland that after Thursday’s action they received an email address from the administrator of BCC, but that was the case.

For this reason, the employees of the delivery companies started another blockade at 6 a.m. this morning, which has now been lifted. Iz told the regional broadcaster this morning to continue with the blockades until a solution is found. According to him, other distribution centers will also be blocked from tomorrow.

All shops open again

Last Thursday, BCC requested a deferral of payment. The electronics chain subsequently closed 42 branches because security had to be arranged. Employees are said to be afraid that an impending bankruptcy would lead to aggressive reactions from customers.

BCC director Caspar Klinkhamer informed the ANP news agency that he was aware of the blockade. He says that all 55 stores of the chain have been open again since last weekend. It remained quiet there and everything went well.

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