‘Through the roof’

– Mash vending rates force Banks DIH out: Deputy Town Clerk says smaller vendors will feel the heat too

Banks DIH Ltd, Guyana’s leading beverage manufacturer and a fixture among vendors on the Mash Day route has confirmed that this year’s high vending prices has compelled it to change the method of its operations.

Rather than place its own vending booths at strategic points along the route where crowds will flock to witness the float parade on Mash Day, Banks will be intensifying its sales efforts through other vendors who purchase and resell its beverages.

A source at the company confirmed that Banks, having been made aware of the increased vending rates, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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