Oral Espagnol

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Oral espagnol :
Mickael :
Hola todos , como lo saben , nos hemos reunido aquí hoy para mejorar la red de distribucion.
Doy la palabra a Julia, que va explicaros los problemas con el proveedor !
Julia :
«gracias mickael. Me da la impresion de que no recibiremos el algodon para la nueva coleccion de verano 2011 .
Mickael : puedes explicar a todos Como es posible por favor?
Si, nuestro proveedor tiene algunas semanas de demora .
Yo creo que deberiamos tener mas de un proveedor porque si éste deja de suministrarnos, estaremos sin existencias y no podremos cumplir los plazos de entrega para esta temporada .
Me he informado en nuestros competidores y me han dicho que disponen de varios proveedores por lo que no tienen problemas de distribucion .
Mikael : Y cuales son las soluciones para un problema como éste ?
Céline :
 La solución es más bien simple, bastaria con encontrar al menos un proveedor más ( como lo dijo Julia antes .) para estar a la cabeza del sector. Quedandonos con un solo y unico proveedor, corremos el peligro de no poder abastecer nuestros puntos de venta a tiempo y perder el 70 % de las cuotas de mercado. Los plazos de entrega entonces serían mejorados, lo que seriá benéfico para nuestros consumidores.
Mickael : es una buena idea para el futuro , pero nos falta tiempo para encontrar a otros proveedores, Cómo piensas resolver el problema actual?
En cuanto al problema actual, podriamos adaptar por lo menos una parte de nuestra colección a los tejidos de los que disponemos en existencias, Aunque no sea el resultado esperado con el fin de limitar los daños. Pero sobre todo, hay que darle " un golpe de presión " a nuestro proveedor para que nos entregue lo más pronto posible, y pedirle una indemnización para las consecuencias engendradas por su demora. ( Colección retrasada, pérdida de ventas, clientes descontentos que amenazan con…...

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