“The impact on cash flow is significant; not to mention that we are simply unable to pass [on] this level of increase to the consumer during this period where disposable incomes are under pressure. I anticipate that these challenges will continue for the rest of the year and into Q1 2022; however, we are cautiously hopeful that as the global economies reopen in a more balanced way, some of these costs will reset to more reasonable levels,” said Richard Pandohie


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