‘I’m really happy’: ‘I can’t wait to be an employee again’
Haldia Petrochemistry is one of the world’s biggest chemical companies.
Its operations span a number of countries.
In Brazil, its headquarters are in Porto Alegre, which is in the state of Minas Gerais.
Haldiea has been in business for almost 150 years.
But when the Brazilian government imposed a state of emergency in August 2015, it halted production and exports, effectively shutting down Haldi.
Now, in October, Haldies new boss, João Oliveira, is hoping to return the company to profitability.
But it is still very difficult to do so, because the company is still struggling with a number problems, such as a shortage of raw materials.
João’s new boss Paulo Fernandes, who is also a member of the Petrobras board, has taken on the role of a former president of the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce.
But he has also inherited one of Haldias biggest problems.
Joao said he has not been able to pay the salaries of his new team of 40.
He says he has been forced to pay his former employees’ salaries as well, because of the financial crisis.
In addition, he said that he is unable to pay staff wages.
The company’s profits fell to a low of $50m in the first quarter of this year, down from a peak of $500m in 2009.
But the crisis has not yet affected its ability to recruit new staff.
“We still have a very large number of employees,” João told BBC Brazil’s Focus on Business programme.
“And we still have good prospects.
But if the economic crisis continues, it will become a very difficult task.”
He added: “We are working hard to make this happen.”
João says that Haldiemas current financial situation is not sustainable.
“The company is very stable.
We are in a strong position,” he said.
In other words, the company’s future depends on its ability and willingness to pay employees’ wages. “
It’s a huge risk, because we have to pay our employees salaries, because if we have no money for our employees to live on, we cannot do this.”
In other words, the company’s future depends on its ability and willingness to pay employees’ wages.
Joaquim Oliveira is the new boss of Haldoi Petrochemical Company in Brazil’s Minas region.
He told Focus on Brazil that the crisis is not the only problem that has hampered the company.
The problems with its finances and supply chain have been compounded by the economic uncertainty and the decline in commodity prices.
“There is no clear solution,” he told Focus.
“Our only option is to go bankrupt.”
In the past, Haldois own products have also been affected by the financial difficulties.
In 2008, it was forced to sell its brand of oil-based lubricants, which were made from petroleum oil.
But that was not the case for 2017.
“When we announced our production cuts, our market was very much affected,” Joao Oliveira said.
He said the company also experienced difficulties in its supply chain.
Haldios biggest problem is that the company does not have the right technology, because its machinery and equipment do not meet Brazil’s regulations. “
So we do a lot of supply chains and logistics, and we have a lot to do in this area.”
Haldios biggest problem is that the company does not have the right technology, because its machinery and equipment do not meet Brazil’s regulations.
So it is not clear whether the company can produce its products.
Jojo Fernandes also said that Haldoias production cuts are not the sole reason for the company going into receivership.
“If you look at our production figures, it has decreased in the last five years,” he explained.
“In fact, we have increased production in the same period.
But we have also lost market share to some companies, so we have been losing market share.”
A large part of the problems with the company have to do with the fact that it cannot hire qualified people to help its operations.
This has created a situation where Haldoia is dependent on external companies to work on its production.
Joojim Oliveiras company told Focus that it is working on creating an employee programme for Haldoys staff.
He added that Haldeia is looking for a way to provide its staff with financial assistance, so they can work on their projects in a safe and sustainable way.
“Haldoi is looking to start a company that is financially independent and in a good position to continue to produce products in the future,” he added.
And in a sense, the crisis will only intensify the problems of the company, according to João Fernandes.
“I am very hopeful that the situation will get better.
I think that the problems we are facing are related to the problems in the supply chain, because those problems are the problems that we will have to deal with in