The hotel and catering industry will need by 2020 to account for a revenue loss of between 30 and 40 percent of the time. Next year will be the coronacrisis a pain to keep doing. That's the plan for the ING Economic Bureau.
the Companies were feeling the most pain at the end of april. In the restaurants and bars, there were 70% less pin transactions, while in the hotels the number of guests, saw a decrease by as much as 95 percent of the time.
"By means of a drastic reduction in costs and the continuation of the interventions by the government and many businesses on the streets that remained," says sectoreconoom Leisure, Thijs Geijer, ING on Thursday.
in the Meantime, a lot of things opened up. As a result, in may and June to be less dramatic months, but sales are still well below normal levels. For instance, the number of pin transactions in the restaurants and bars in June, with 33 per cent lower than in the same month of the previous year.
ING is expected to also be difficult in the second half of 2020
The bank is expected in the sector in the second half of this year, we still have a lot of experience. This is due to the anderhalvemeterregels, and setting of the events, and the closure of the range until at least the 1st of september.
Also, there is less enthusiasm among the tourists to come to the Netherlands. For travelers coming from certain countries, including the United States, there is not even a category. This loss is only partly compensated for by the people who are in their own country to go on holiday.
now, in 2021, these issues have not been solved yet, consider-ING. It will make it into next year's sales will not be at the level of the front of the COVID-19-pandemic, even if there is no time for a second wave of infection occurs.