Between its new operations and its renewals, Saba has formalized developmental operations in 2019 in all the countries in which it operates
Despite this being the annual report from the 2019 financial year, it’s crucial to also mention the COVID-19 pandemic that, in 2020, has caused a global emergency throughout the human population worldwide and that has changed our habits, how companies operate and the economy in general. Having lived through this situation, we have all learned lessons, examples of appropriate reactions, effort and commitment.
In the case of Saba, we provide our service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and, even under these very difficult circumstances, the authorities have established that our activity must remain operational, given the fact that car parks may be necessary for ensuring essential mobility during an emergency as well as ensuring that the subscribers who entrust us with their vehicles can withdraw them if need be.
The company’s entire organization has thrown itself into putting together and implementing a series of actions aimed at preserving the safety and health of our employees, preventing the spread of the virus, and ensuring the functionality of our services. We have included these actions, which will undoubtedly continue to be operational and which are under permanent review, in this document.
Concerning 2019, I would like to highlight the integration process of the countries that joined the Group in December 2018: the United Kingdom, Germany, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. We face a real cross-sectional challenge in bringing together different cultures, information systems and criteria for action and providing them with a link that allows them to be articulated within the Saba structure, while working to standardize all internal management systems. This is a process which we will continue to implement in the future, with the aim of further insisting on growth as a priority objective.