segunda-feira, 16 de abril, 2018

Capacity utilization of factories back to normal in 52.4% of industrial sectors

Despite the slow recovery of the economy, the industry begins to untie an important node for the return on investments. Data from the National Confederation of industry (CNI) show that 52.4% of the sectors of the processing industry have returned or are close to return to the historical pattern of occupation of the capacity of the factories.
The occupation of production lines has been going on gradually and still there are heavyweights, such as automobile and metallurgical industries, among the laggards of the process. But since November, the industry has been using around 78% of your productive capacity, a level of enjoyment that was not seen there was 20 months.
Although a lot of oscillation, the show enjoyed high trajectory when, at the beginning of last year, the consumption of products in Brazil started to get out of the hole and met with the growth of exports, hitherto the exhaust valve of the companies on the lack of internal demand.
With that, some sectors are back to operate inside a level considered normal capacity utilisation. Figures calculated by the CNI at the request of the Broadcast (real time news service State group) show that, between November and February, five of the 21 branches of the manufacturing industry operated at a level like that or even above the historical average of use of installed capacity-among them, the pulp and paper industry and pharmaceuticals.
The other six sectors-a list that includes the factories of textile products, clothing and furniture are close to get back to normal, featuring a lounge less than 1% compared to the historical average. The factories, it is worth noting, they preserve a break in relation to the maximum potential of production not to be surprised by moments of overheating of demand. "Some sectors are already able to put his nose out of the water," said CNI Economist Marcelo Azevedo.
Below this "waterline", ten activities are further away from solving the question of idleness left by the crisis. This group includes the sectors of great weight in industrial activity, cases of automobile industries, metallurgical and chemical products, as well as the food and beverage manufacturers. Added the industrial machinery and equipment, and the other branches also present on this list represent 41% of the industrial GDP.
"No one wants to manage again a situation of excess inventory in the courtyards of the factories because it means big losses. To reset machines and hire more, companies need to be sure about what lies ahead, "said
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