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[英伦广角] 2013-03-09 英国最大旅行社Thomas Cook拟裁员2500人

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Thomas Cook To Cut 2,500 UK Jobs


Struggling Thomas Cook confirms it is cutting more jobs as its turnaround plan enters a new and deeper phase.

 

 

欧洲第二大、英国最大旅行社运营商托马斯-库克集团(Thomas Cook)宣布,作为其业务重组计划的一部分,将在英国裁员2500人,并关闭英国1069家分社中的195家。

 

Thomas Cook创办于1845年,是世界第一家旅行社,创始人Thomas·Cook被誉为“近代旅游业之父”,也是第一个组织团队旅游的人。但近年来受经济危机影响,公司的经营陷入困境,正在全球范围展开瘦身行动,以节约成本。

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[Homework]2013-03-09 英国最大旅行社Thomas Cook拟裁员2500人

They did that restruction in 2012.They have brought themselves 3 to complete that restruction at which point they are going have to refinance.I think whether or not that will be succesful depends on another thing,whether or not they can make the cuts they need to make,but also what the market is going to be like in 2015,where we don't really have any certainty that the liquidity in the debt market will overturn by then to allow them to do a refinancing.
More shop closures at a time when the high streets start looking very empty.
Indeed,but not really a massive surprise.And clearly they are trying to change the way they do business to put as much of it online because of the costs,implications of doing so.Having high-street stores is expensive.It's not merely a case of having to pay the rent,but you've also got to pay the rates in other cost-associates with having a high-street presence.And in reality,the question must be do they need to have a high-street presence.
You would forgive a view of from scratching his head here,looking at this and say it wasn't so long ago that Thomas Cook,an incorporate group merge the travel agent operation,now the Thomas Cook is in the process of furiously closing strores.I mean that deal not so long ago looks like a piece of * cake.
They are two different things,of course.Cause one of that having market share in an economy of scale,but that doesn't mean you have to retain a high-street presence to keep their ecnomy of scale in reality.Their economy scale are all on the back of his anyway.
But,nonetheless,they * commiting themselves and taking on 300 odd high-street stores,stores which presumably they knew they weren't going to need or...
I mean,obviously their business is likely to have suffered some setbacks and maybe they underestimate the market on the competition from online as well as opportunities not meant to be predicted,for example the A Spring which is clearly having an effect on their business.

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They did that restruction in 2012.They have brought themselves 3 years to complete that restruction at which point they are going have to refinance.I think whether or not that will be succesful depends on another thing,whether or not they can make the cuts they need to make,but also what the market is going to be like in 2015,where we don't really have any certainty that the liquidity in the debt market will overturn by then to allow them to do a refinancing.

More shop closures at a time when the high streets start looking very empty.

Indeed,but not really a massive surprise.And clearly they are trying to change the way they do business to put as much of it online because of the costs,implications of doing so.Having high-street stores is expensive.It's not merely a case of having to pay the rent,but you've also got to pay the rates in other cost-associates with having a high-street presence.And in reality,the question must be do they need to have a high-street presence.

You would forgive a view of from scratching his head here,looking at this and say it wasn't so long ago that Thomas Cook,an incorporate group merge the travel agent operation,now the Thomas Cook is in the process of furiously closing strores.I mean that deal not so long ago looks like a piece of * cake. a crazy deal !

They are two different things,of course.Cause one of that having market share in an economy of scale,but that doesn't mean you have to retain a high-street presence to keep their ecnomy of scale in reality.Their economy scale are all on the back of his anyway.

But,nonetheless,they are commiteed themselves and taking on 300 odd high-street stores,stores which presumably they knew they weren't going to need or...

I mean,obviously their business is likely to have suffered some setbacks and maybe they underestimate the market on the competition from online as well as opportunities not meant to be predicted,for example the Arab Spring which is clearly having an effect on their business.
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They did their restructuring in 2012, they effectively bought themselves 3 years to complete their restructuring at which point they are gonna have to refinance, I think, whether or not they’ll be successful, it depends on other things, whether or not they can make the cuts they need to make, but also what the market’s going to be like in 2015, where we don’t really have any certainty that liquidity in the debt market will sort of return by then to allow them to do a refinancing.

More shop closures at a time when the high streets starting to look very empty.

Indeed, but not really a massive surprise, and clearly they are trying to change the way they do business to put as much of it online, because of the costs implications of doing so. Having high street stores is expensive, it’s not merely a case of having to pay the rent, but you’ve also got to pay the rates and other costs associated with having a high street presence. And in reality, the question must be do we need to have a high street presence.

You would forgive a viewer from scratching his head here, looking at this and say it wasn’t so long ago that Thomas Cook and the Cooperative Group merged their travel agent operations and now Thomas Cook is in the process of furiously closing stores. I mean that deal not so long ago looks like piece of basting cake, I mean a crazy deal.

But they are two different things of course, because one is about having market share in economies of scale, but that doesn’t mean that you have to retain the high street presence to keep those economies of scale, in reality, the economies of scale are a war in the back office anyway.

But nonetheless, they have visibly committed themselves to taking on 300 odd high street stores, stores which presumably they knew they weren’t going to need, or not at all, they don’t need.

I mean, obviously their business sign is likely to have suffered some setbacks, and maybe they underestimated the market and the competition from online, as well as obviously not being able to predict, for example, the Arab Spring which is clearly having an effect on their business.
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They did their restructuring in 2012. They effectively bought themselves three years to complete their restructuring at which point they are gonna have to refinance. I think whether or not they’ll be successful, it depends on other things -- whether or not they can make the cuts they need to make, but also what the market is going to be like in 2015, where we don’t really have any certainty that the liquidity in the debt markets will return by then to allow them to do a refinancing.

More shop closures at a time when the high streets start looking very empty.

Indeed, but not really a massive surprise, and clearly they are trying to change the way they do business to put as much of it online, because of the costs, implications of doing so. Having high street stores is expensive. It’s not merely a case of having to pay the rent, but you’ve also got to pay the rates and other costs associated with having a high street presence. And in reality, the question must be “do we need to have a high-street presence”?

You would forgive a viewer of from scratching his head here, looking at this and say it wasn’t so long ago that Thomas Cook and Corporate Group merged their travel agent operations. And now, Thomas Cook is in the process of furiously closing stores. I mean, that deal not a long ago looks like a piece of basting cake, I mean, a crazy deal.

But they are two different things of course, because one of that having market share in economies of scale, but that doesn’t mean you have to retain a high street presence to keep these economies of scale. In reality the economies of scale are a war in the back-office anyway.

But nonetheless, they inevitably committed themselves to taking on 300 odd high-street stores, stores which presumably they knew they weren’t going to need or not at all, they don’t need.

I mean, obviously, their business sign is likely to have suffered some setbacks, and maybe they underestimated the market and the competition from online, as well as obviously not being able to predict, for example, the Arab Spring which is clearly having an effect on their business.
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