The City Council reduces to 11 days the average payment period to suppliers in the first quarter of 2017
Redován 05/03/2017. The City Council of Redován pays the bills to its suppliers in an average of eleven days since they are presented in the Consistory. This data makes the local administration Redovanense one of the least delayed payment of its obligations in the entire province. This has been achieved thanks to the work of the Department of Finance, whose head, Adrián Ballester, reports that in 2011 it took an average of 483 days to comply with the obligation to pay for the work done for the municipality, that is, Companies charged more than one year after providing the service.
“When we arrived at the municipal government, the law for the average period of payment to suppliers was not complied with, we marked it as an objective and little by little we managed not only to be within the time limits established by the regulations but to reduce them to Maximum “, explains Ballester. In 2015, it was achieved that suppliers will charge 44 days, a figure that has declined clearly in 2016, with 34 days on average until reaching the first quarter of 2017 at the eleven days with which it is paid in The news to companies that work for the Consistory. Ballester assures that this is “an obligation of any government because in many cases it is about small local companies that must count as soon as possible with money that their managers have advanced in order to carry out the work.