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MEETING OF OEBEM – COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION

On Monday, September 18, 2017, a meeting took place at the offices of the Federation of Professional Craftsmen & Merchants of Magnesia, between the representatives of the Administrations of the Federation of Professional Manufacturers & Merchants of Magnesia and of the Volos & N. Ionian Merchant Association.

On behalf of OEBEM was the Chairman of the Board of Directors. Mr. Tryfon Plastaras, and the meeting was attended by Vice President BD. Mr. Elitsas, the Treasurer Mr. A.Pilatos, the Deputy Treasurer Mr. G.Klitsas, the Public Relations Commissioner, Athanasios Moschos, Press and Media Officer Mr. I. Fovos, Mr. G. Gkalios, while the Commercial Association was represented by the President of the Board of Directors. Mr. A. Kontopoulos, the Deputy Treasurer Mr. M. Zantzos, and the member of the Board of Directors. Mr D. Canellis.

Particularly constructive the discussion between the representatives, discussed issues concerning both the commercial department and the overall structure of the business world. Problems, changes and prospects were discussed and discussed regarding the commercial segment, the manufacturing sector, the services sector as well as the tourism sector. The problems are enough, but in the light of we, the cooperation and the common good of the local market, the economy and the Prefecture, it is possible to define goals, the process of implementing their implementation and ultimately their achievement.

The BoD wished the newly elected BoD of the Merchant Association to be successful in its work and to act in the interests of the trading world, which has been going through a period of crisis over the last eight years.

OEBEM and the Trade Association closed their warm meeting with the will and commitment of both sides to create a new, stable and permanent communication channel for the benefit of the local market and economy of the Prefecture.

INVITATION TO INCLUDE IN A SUBSIDIARY PROJECT OF NEW UNEMPLOYED

The National Institute of Labor and Human Resources (NIEDR) calls on new unemployed people born between 27/11/1985 and 26/11/2000 who are outside employment, education and training to apply for participation in a subsidized project title:

“Actions related to redundancies by the company under the name” SUPER MARKET LARISA SA ”

Which will be implemented in the regions of Thessaly and Central Macedonia under its overall responsibility and with the participation of the following implementing bodies: INE – KEK GSEE, INEMY – KALEE ESEE, IME – KEK GSEVEE, University of Thessaly – ELKE & Development Karditsa

Description – purpose of the project

The purpose of the project is to provide support and support to a maximum of 543 young unemployed persons out of employment, education or training, born between 27/11/1985 and 26/11/2000 (aged 15-29 on 26 November 2015, The date on which the application for a financial contribution from the EGF was submitted) so as to upgrade their qualifications and lead them to find a job, as well as to ensure successful professional / entrepreneurial activity through the implementation of the following subsidy Action A: Vocational Guidance, Action B: Training (Continuing Vocational Training and Vocational Training), Energy C: Promotion of Entrepreneurship, Action D: Mobility Subsidy.

Conditions for participation

Candidates must meet the following conditions cumulatively:

Born in the period from 27/11/1985 to 26/11/2000.
Have the status of unemployed (registered with OAED’s Unemployment Registers).
Abstain from training programs during the last six months until the start of the deadline for submitting applications.
Abstain from training / employment programs during the last six months until the start of the deadline for submitting applications.
They are permanent residents in one of the following regional units: a) Karditsa, b) Larissa, c) Magnesia and Sporades, d) Trikala and e) Pieria.
It is noted that per regional unit can be offered the following positions: Karditsa 107, Larissa 190, Magnesia & Sporades 138, Trikala 93, Pieria 15

Application deadlines

The deadline for submitting the online application starts on 7/7/2017 and ends on 21/07/2017 at 14.00. The deadline for sending the application file starts on 7/7/2017 2017 and expires on 21/07/2017.

How to apply

In order to apply, tenderers are invited to follow the following steps:

Please fill in and submit an application form electronically at: http://egf.eiead.gr/. Each request automatically receives a protocol number.
Print the application submitted electronically.
To send the printed application signed together with the supporting documents proving the qualifications or qualities invoked by the candidates with their application form by post, by registered letter to A4 file to the National Institute of Labor and Human Resources, IEAA, at: 6-8 K. Palamas, 111 41 Athens, 07/07/2017 to 21/07/2017. Each sealed envelope must bear the words “Application – proof of participation of the beneficiary of the EGF / 2015/011 GR / Supermarket Larissa project”.
More detailed information

For more information, please visit http://www.eiead.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=441&Itemid=223&lang=en or alternatively contact 2410.537489 / 90, days and hours of contact: Monday-Friday 10 : 00-14: 00, as well as electronically at: thessaly@reg.inegsee.gr.

PRESS RELEASE – SBTKE OEBEM

On Monday, 10/7/2017, a working meeting was held at the offices of the Association of Industries of Thessaly & Central Greece, between the representatives of the Federation of Professional Craftsmen & Merchants of Magnesia (OEBEM) and the Association of Industries of Thessaly & Central Greece.
On behalf of OEBEM, headed by the Chairman of the Board of Directors. Mr. Tryfon Plastaras, the General Secretary of the BoD participated in the meeting. Mrs. D. Kanavitsas, the Public Relations Commissioner Mr. Athos Moschos, the Innovation Director and Mr. I. Grigoriou, and the Scientific Associate Mr. I. Flitris, while the Chairman of the Board of Directors was represented by the Secretary General. Ms. El. Mrs. Koliopoulou and the General Manager Mrs. Fra. Daglaridou.
In a particularly warm and constructive atmosphere during the meeting, issues of business interest, activities and positions of the two organizations were discussed, issues related to the business environment of business operation, the need to upgrade the infrastructure of the region, There was talk about the course of the Citizens Movement Initiative. We are consuming what we produce, “in which the Association also participates.
The exchange of views was concluded by the affirmative commitment of the two institutions to the creation of a permanent communication channel on issues of common interest for the benefit of businesses and the local economy.

Until July 27, the adjustment for the POS installation

Until July 27, 2017, the installation of the POS terminal and the acceptance of electronic card transactions must be made in accordance with Government Gazette 1445, B ‘, 27-04-2017 (OJ No 45231). Here is the table with the IDs that are subject to the POS terminal installer.

For any clarification or problem, please contact the Federation of Professional Craftsmen and Traders of the Prefecture of Magnesia (OEBEM) from Monday to Friday 09:00 – 14:00, P. Melea 43-45, tel. 24210-32780

ACTION DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY
33.12 Repair of machinery
33.13 Repair of electronic and optical equipment
33.14 Repair of electrical equipment
35.11 Electricity production
35.12 Electricity transmission
35.13 Electricity distribution
35.14 Electricity
35.21 Natural gas production
35.22 Distribution of gaseous fuels via pipelines
35.23 Gaseous fuel trade via pipelines
36.00 Collection, treatment and supply of water
43.21 Electrical installations
43.22 Plumbing and air-conditioning heating and cooling installations
45.11 Sale of cars and light motor vehicles
45.19 Sale of other motor vehicles
45.20 Maintenance and repair of motor vehicles
45.32 Retail sale of parts and accessories of motor vehicles in specialized stores
45.40 Sale, maintenance and repair of motorcycles and parts and accessories thereof
47.21 Retail sale of fruit and vegetables in specialized stores
47.22 Retail sale of meat and meat products in specialized stores
47.23 Retail sale of fish, crustaceans and molluscs in specialized stores
47.24 Retail sale of bread, bakery and other bakery and confectionery in specialized stores
47.25 Retail sale of beverages in specialized stores
47.26 Retail sale of tobacco products to specialized stores
47.30 Retail sale of motor fuels in specialized stores
47.41 Retail sale of computers, peripheral units and software in specialized stores
47.42 Retail sale of telecommunications equipment in specialized stores
47.43 Retail sale of audio and video equipment in specialized stores
47.52 Retail sale of hardware, paints and varnishes to specialized stores
47.54 Retail sale of electrical household appliances in specialized stores
47.59 Retail sale of furniture, lighting and other household articles in specialized stores
47.61 Retail sale of books in specialized stores
47.64 Retail sale of sports equipment in specialized stores
47.65 Retail sale of toys in specialized stores
47.71 Retail sale of clothing in specialized stores
47.72 Retail sale of footwear and leather goods in specialized stores
47.73 Retail sale of pharmaceutical goods (pharmacies)
47.74 Retail sale of medical and orthopedic goods in specialized stores
47.75 Retail sale of cosmetics and toilet articles in specialized stores
47.77 Retail sale of watches and jewelery in specialized stores
55.10 Hotels and similar accommodation
55.20 Vacation and other short-stay accommodation
55.30 Camping grounds, facilities for recreational vehicles and trailers
55.90 Other accommodation
56.10 Restaurant and mobile food service activities
56.30 Drinking activities
59.14 Motion picture projection activities
61.10 Wired telecommunications activities
61.20 Wireless telecommunications activities
61.30 Satellite telecommunication activities
69.10 Legal activities
69.20 Accounting, bookkeeping and auditing activities; tax advice
71.11 Activities of architects
71.12 Engineering activities and related technical consultancy activities
75.00 Veterinary activities
77.11 Renting and leasing of cars and light motor vehicles
77.12 Rental and rental of lorries
77.21 Lease and rental of recreational and sports goods
77.22 Rental of video cassettes and discs
77.29 Renting and leasing of other personal and household goods
79.11 Travel agency activities
79.12 Organized travel agency activities
85.20 Primary education
85.31 General secondary education
85.32 Technical and vocational secondary education
85.41 Post-secondary non-tertiary education
85.51 Sports and recreational training
85.53 Driving school activities
85.59 Other education nec.
86.10 Hospital activities
86.21 Activities of general medical practitioners
86.22 Exercise activities of special medical professions
86.23 Activities of dental practitioners
86.90 Other human health activities
87.10 Hospital care activities providing accommodation
87.20 Caring for accommodation for people with mental retardation, mental disorders and substance use
87.30 Accommodation provision services for the elderly and disabled
87.90 Other care activities with provision of accommodation
88.91 Activities of nurseries and kindergartens
92.00 Gambling and bets
93.13 Fitness facilities
93.21 Activities of recreation parks and other theme parks
93.29 Other activities

95.11 Repair of computers and peripheral equipment
96.02 Hairdressing, hairdressing and beauty center activities

EDUCATION PROGRAMMAS EFET AND TECHNICAL SECURITY

The Federation of Professional Craftsmen and Merchants of Magnesia in collaboration with the KEK of the General Confederation of Professionals of Craft Traders in Greece, Thessaly Branch implements EFET training programs and training programs for employers, workers on the tasks of performing the duties of safety technicians B and C category.

Specifically, KEK of the General Confederation of Professionals of Craft Traders in Greece, Annex of Thessaly (KEK GSEVEE, Certification Code 11111075) accepts applications for the implementation of:

Training program for staff of food businesses in the “Basic principles of food hygiene and safety” in accordance with the Ministerial Decision 14708 / 10-08-2007. The terms and procedures for the implementation of the program as well as the examination procedure for the issuance of a certificate of successful follow-up by the RFCT. Is set out in a circular issued by the Single Food Authority (EFET). After the completion of the seminar, the company’s compliance with the existing legislation is achieved, on the one hand, and on the other, the improvement of the quality of the services provided.
Employers ‘, workers’ work safety training programs B ‘and C’ class. After training, participants can assume Technical Security duties in their business and do not need to outsource Safety Officer tasks or contract with External Protection and Prevention Services.
For more information, please contact KEK GSEVEE Annex of Thessaly, tel. 2410 579876/77, fax: 2410 579878, e-mail: larisa@kekgesevee.gr &

With OEBEM, tel. – fax: 24210 32780, e-mail: oebemg@gmail.com

FUNCTIONING OF A DISCLOSURE INFORMATION SYSTEM

According to U.S. Pat. F15 / DOM.62588 / 754 Circular of the General Secretariat of Industry of the Ministry of Economy and Development announces the commencement of the operation of the information system for the electronic submission of notification of the activities covered by the Disclosure Scheme of Law 4442/2016.

More specifically, it concerns businesses:

Food and Beverage Processing
Stores of Health Interest
Stores of Health Interest that operate within Tourist Accommodation
Vending machines
Manufacture and sale of coffee from bread and pastry shops, bakeries and coffee shops
Sale of standard foods
Tourist accommodation and swimming pools
Swimming tanks, in tourist accommodation operating under a different carrier
Storage and Distribution Centers

AND AFTER WHAT?

AND AFTER WHAT?

Brief description.

For the gradual reconstruction of our place, we need to target a variety of areas, including both uniqueness and export profile. Let’s start with the support of the development of the tourism sector.

Beginning, we believe that the development of “Dipole: Airport – Port” should be supported. These two elements must go together. The ultimate goal, of course, should be the internationalization of the airport, which can not be done tomorrow but in 10 years. However, today we need to start the necessary Actions to create the appropriate infrastructure as a resource for our children. Thus, a tourist from China or America or North Europe, who will descend to the airport of N. Anchialos, will also visit the magical Pelion, will also stay in Volos. This will strengthen the local tourist industry and hence the professional craftsmen of our Federation.

In keeping with the above-mentioned spirit, we believe that the Master Plan for the Port of Volos should be revised, as the political, economic and social developments of our country may have classified it as outdated. Today maybe we should see “city and port one”.

A new vision for the uses and optimum use of Limenas is necessary, a vision that will be tilted towards its Tourist development and in fact towards the most serious support of the Cruise. And, of course, the phases of implementation of the aforementioned must be finalized in conjunction with the development of Anchialos Airport, since it is considered that the airport of N. Anchialos is the most important factor for the development of the Port of Volos in Home Port for the cruise. Which will “resurrect” the city further, due to the hotel development that will impose it on other cruise ship catering services.

At the same time, a synergistic operation of the waterway will add another dimension to the tourist activity that serves the cruise.

Remaining in the same spirit, we should not forget the support of the opening of a new line – Volos – Cyprus – Israel. An Act that will highlight the maritime tourism of the Volos Port for foreigners and locals.

Finally, we emphasize that the above considerations should be discussed in the context of a decision-making event, with the support of all stakeholders in the region, inviting the relevant actors and scientists to submit their proposals to the above-mentioned subject .

 

Extensive growth

For the gradual reconstruction of our place, we need to target a variety of areas, including both uniqueness and export profile. Let’s start with the support of the development of the tourism sector.

Beginning, we believe that the development of “Dipole: Airport – Port” should be supported. These two elements must go together. The ultimate goal, of course, should be the internationalization of the airport, which can not be done tomorrow but in 10 years. However, today we need to start the necessary Actions to create the appropriate infrastructure as a resource for our children. Thus, a tourist from China or America or North Europe, who will descend to the airport of N. Anchialos, will also visit the magical Pelion, will also stay in Volos. It will strengthen the local tourist industry and hence the professional craftsmen of our Federation.

In particular, however, it is necessary to make an event, with the support of all the Bodies of the region, to which the relevant actors and scientists of the subject will be invited to submit their proposals to the above-mentioned subject.

 

In keeping with the above-mentioned spirit, we believe that the Master Plan for the Port of Volos should be revised, as the political, economic and social developments of our country may have classified it as outdated. Today maybe we should see “city and port one”. A new vision for the uses and optimum use of Limenas is necessary, a vision that will be tilted towards its Tourist development and in fact towards the most serious support of the Cruise. The functions of Limenas must be redefined and its uses redefined, with a special emphasis on its tourist and cultural links with the city and the remarkable outskirts of Volos and Pelion. The unused spaces and the buildings of Limenas must be used for the reception of tourists during their landing and boarding on the cruise ships, as well as the recreation of the rest of the city’s citizens. This could be done with appropriate architectures, port and transport interventions, and, of course, the proposals and the plans to be submitted by the experts concerned.

 

A new vision for the uses and optimum use of Limenas is necessary, a vision that will be tilted towards its Tourist development and in fact towards the most serious support of the Cruise. And, of course, the phases of implementation of the aforementioned must be finalized in conjunction with the development of Anchialos Airport, since it is considered that the airport of N. Anchialos is the most important factor for the development of the Port of Volos in Home Port for the cruise. Which will “resurrect” the city further, due to the hotel development that will impose it on other cruise ship catering services.

At the same time, the synergic operation of the waterway (the licensing of which is sent under the responsibility of the Minister of Infrastructure), will give another dimension to the tourist activity that serves the cruise (through the excursion packages that will offer the passengers) and will also contribute to the tourist Movement of the Sporades, thus maximizing the international advertising of the place as a tourist destination.

Remaining in the same spirit, we should not forget the support of the opening of a new line – Volos – Cyprus – Israel. An Act that will highlight the maritime tourism of the Volos Port for foreigners and locals.

However, the benefits of the Port of Limenas should be modernized on the ships that visit it, namely the supply of power to parked ships for the reduction of air pollution near the city, the financial management of waste, etc. Tourists’ And individual character, such as help for the disabled, transport, information, etc. All the competent bodies of the city should participate in the reception of the tourist stream, with cultural events.

Of course, all of the aforementioned depend on the will of the local actors, namely the OLB SA, the Municipality of Volos, the Region of Thessaly, the TAIFA, the Ministry of Tourism, the Cultural Organizations, etc., as well as the private initiative. The latter, however, is based on the sincere willingness of the governors to go in this direction, with firm policy and clear commitments to investors.

Finally, we emphasize that the above considerations should be discussed in the context of a decision-making event, with the support of all stakeholders in the region, inviting the relevant actors and scientists to submit their proposals to the above-mentioned subject . And, let’s start with a review of the Plan Scheme of the port, on the basis of which all the necessary projects will go ahead.

 

Press Release OEBEM 31/05/2017

“Cutting turnover and lack of liquidity” came and fell

In the Magnesia media

 

3rd Survey of Economic Elements of Local Businesses of Magnesia by OEBE.
OEBEM Proposals for the Reconstruction of the Local Economy
 

The vertical decline in turnover and the continuing strong inability to meet their obligations record for the companies of Magnesia the new – third in a row – survey of the data of the local enterprises, conducted by the Federation of Professional Craftsmen & Retailers of the Prefecture of Magnesia (OEBE .M) along with a strong request to link the POS requirement with the introduction of a blatant account for business professionals.

The survey was carried out with the financial support of the Cooperative Bank of Thessaly and the Magnesia Chamber and covers the January-April 2017 period (note: OEBEM surveys are now carried out on a quarterly basis, quarterly initially).

In the 3rd survey of OEBEM, a sample of 346 companies, out of a total of 1,500 OEBEM member companies (23%), was judged to be highly representative and strong statistics, with 25% from the commercial sector, 18% from the craft industry 57% from the professional.

One of the most alarming findings of the survey, as Mr Ophimos President, Mr Trifonos Plasstas said, is the new turnover reduction recorded by local businesses following the downward trend of the two previous periods. In particular, 65%, ie seven out of 10 enterprises, reported a further decrease in turnover compared with the previous period, while only 20% of the sample and 15% of the stagnation increased. 37% of the sample, more specifically, reported a turnover reduction of up to 20%, while 15% saw a 20% to 40% decline in turnover and a 13% turnover reduction of more than 50%.

At the same time, 64% said it was pessimistic to improve the situation in the next four months, which is clearly better than 86% of the previous measurement, but is due to the upcoming summer tourist season.

It is also characteristic of the continuing highly reluctant psychology of the market, is the negative answer given by the sample companies to the question of whether to proceed with new investments, with 93% responding “No”, compared with 88% in the previous survey. At the same time, only a slight increase is recorded in the extroversion of the productive fabric of the region, with 13% stating that it exports, compared to 9% in the previous survey, but this percentage remains naturally still “embryonic” One in ten enterprises has export activity).

Particular concern also poses with regard to the prospect of entrepreneurship – especially small and medium-sized entrepreneurship – as Mr Plastaras points out that six out of ten enterprises are unable to cope with their obligations to the State, insurance funds, DEKO and so on. And seven out of ten think that they will not be able to meet their obligations in the next four months.

“The viability of the small and medium-sized enterprise – notes the chairman of OEBEM, Mr. Trifonas Platastas, as it will become compulsory within three years to use POS, enforce, enforce, require connection to 100% ACCOUNT PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNT. It is estimated that if there is no such prospect, a large number of companies will put a padlock with direct consequences on unemployment, tax and insurance income. This part will also be a question in our next research, as the businesses of the region have already dealt with the matter. ”

With regard to Employment, 77% of the companies in the sample are currently unlikely to recruit more than 90% of the February survey. The improvement is again due, as is clear from the qualitative analysis of the answers, to the beginning of the tourist season, but clearly does not reflect the strong tourist dynamics of the region. 80% of those who declare that they will recruit once in partial and not full-time employment. However, 87% said they would not make redundancies, compared with 64% in the previous survey.

Suggestions

 

(A) As regards taxation issues, proposals from the companies involved in the survey are:

-Connect with 100% RETAIL PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNT. It is estimated that if there is no such prospect, a large number of companies will put a padlock with direct consequences on unemployment, tax and insurance income. This piece will be a question in our next research

– Reduction of tax rates for natural and legal persons

– Out-of-court settlement with truly out-of-court terms, without bureaucracy and quick results

– Resumption of 120 installments for debts to the public and banks according to income criteria of natural and legal persons, as the case may be

– Streamline bank supplies to European standards

– It is estimated that the opening of Sundays will be a heavy blow to small and medium-sized enterprises in the region

 

B) For the Insurance Company, respectively, the proposals of the Magnesian enterprises are:

-Reduction of insurance contributions according to income criteria of enterprises and individuals

-Return of 120 installments by freezing past debts

-Traditional and long-term insurance system

-The portion of health contributions should not be calculated as a percentage, but it should be stable and the same for everyone

-Haircutting 5% on OAED

 

C) For the gradual Reconstruction of the site, as OEBEM President points out, OEBEM’s position is that there is a need to target areas that include both uniqueness and export profile:

-Support for the development of the tourism sector – The development of “Dipole: Airport-Port” should be supported. There is a need for a new vision for the uses and optimum use of the Port, which will be tilted towards its Tourist development and in fact towards the most serious support of the Cruise.

And, of course, the phases of implementation of these must be finalized in conjunction with the development of Anhialos Airport, since it is considered that the airport of N. Anchialos is the most important factor for the development of the Port of Volos at HomePort for the cruise, which Will “resurrect” the city further, due to the hotel development that will impose it and other cruise ship catering services.

At the same time, a synergistic operation of the waterway will give another dimension to the tourist activity that serves the cruise and we should not forget the support of the opening of a new Volos – Cyprus – Israel line that will highlight the sea tourism of Volos Port for Foreigners and locals.

The aforementioned considerations, added by the Chairman of OEBEM, should be discussed in the framework of a decision-making event, with the support of all the Bodies of the region, inviting the relevant actors and scientists to submit their proposals to Mentioned object.

RESOLUTION

The Board of Directors of the Federation of Professionals of Craftsmen & Merchants of Magnesia met with the sad news of the death of the President of the Federation of Professional Craftsmen & Merchants of Magnesia Mr. Mantas Gregoriou and decided:

1.To attend the exile sequence.
2.Put a wreath in his memory.
3.To express condolences to his family.
4.Deposit an amount to the city’s ardent institution.
5.Publish this to the press.

Press Release OEVEM 23/05/2017

It was anonymous in the press, the view that some unions do not support the initiatives of the President of OEBEM, with regard to the Striking mobilizations and they have issues of reaction on his face. Unfortunately, those who try to create issues within OEBEM are falling out. The overwhelming majority of the Associations (except one) supports the BoD and especially the President, Mr. Plastra Tryfon, and everything that sounds is out of the wrong. Over the past two years, OEBEM has moved unattended and united at all levels and is supported by the overwhelming majority of the Associations, which are also represented in the BoD proportionally. We will continue to unite the effort that we have started to reach OEBEM where it really deserves and should be at the top of the local and Pan-Hellenic Trade Union Movement. We continue to work together for this purpose.