Accustomed to circumventing daily obstacles such as the lack of supplies and the loss of suppliers, the Caracol Varadero Branch seems to not stop at any adversity and reaffirms a leadership that maintains it as the best in the country.
The performance of the employees and managers of this network of stores and warehouses made it possible to close the previous year with a million profit and a growth in tourist income, two economic balances enhanced by obtaining an index of satisfaction in the management of hotel stores above of the four points, to which is added the merit of certifying its quality system with the ISO 9001: 2015 standard.
A trajectory of such magnitude could not but be reverenced with the condition of National Vanguard, laurel for the fourth consecutive time, which speaks clearly of the manifest stability of the collective that in this 2019 had already been awarded with the 80th Anniversary Flag from the foundation of the Cuban Workers Trade Union (CTC), to the high stimulus granted to very few centers in the Greater Antilles.
Yórgel Vertiz Torriente, secretary general of the union section, meant the impulse that for them has meant the notorious increase in the average salary, a consequence of the way in which each one has assumed the part that he has.
“We feel very gratified because with successes and mistakes we have grown every day and above all we remain committed to continue reaping successes, despite the obstacles imposed by the economic and financial blockade of the United States.”
Along with the National Vanguard category, granted by the CTC, the Caracol Varadero East Branch received the Environmental Recognition from the Commercial Company Caracol SA, obtained the CITMA License for Hazardous Waste Management and was also ratified the condition of Reference Warehouses to country level.
According to experts, one of the main values of this network of stores is associated with the way sales management is carried out, action based on the professionalism, knowledge and skills of the employees, 80 percent of whom are women.