Fuel begins to move from distributors to gas stations
Even as tankers leave the country, drivers still suffer from fuel shortages and spend the night in the queue
Stations ran out of fuel during truck driver strikeMarcelo Camargo / Brazil AgencyThe truckers strike comes on Tuesday (29) on its 9th day, following the government's concessions by the Michel Temer government.Across the country, representatives of governments and consumers report the departure of tanker trucks from distributors.However, consumers still suffer from shortages and in some regions motorists spend the night in line searching for gasoline or ethanol.In Sao Paulo, the president of Sincopetro (São Paulo State Petroleum Derivatives Trade Union), José Alberto Gouveia, told the report that some stations are receiving fuel.According to him, deliveries of "good quality" fuel were made during the night under police escort."The delivery of fuel is minimal and there is no forecast to normalize the situation in the city of Sao Paulo. Eighty percent of the delivery of fuel is made by refinery trucks that can only be escorted. The other 20% is made by truckers who are on ...
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