Traffic Impact Study: which will take into account the impact that can have on urban dynamics, and possible interference with traffic flow and relevant aspects regarding the accessibility and connectivity of the activity.

Revalidation traffic impact Ontilplack Enabling SA Commercial Shed

Igua Street 4781 – Montevideo – Uruguay
Register n ° 420403 (ex 418 256 and 418277)
Folder Cadastral n ° 5341

Cadastral District 10
Area: 8488 m2
Built area: 3759 m2
F.O.S.: 44%
Vehicular Parking: 20
Loading and unloading area inside

Supplies of goods vehicles.

Type consist of trucks carrying C11 and C12 products imported into the premises.

Personal vehicles of the company

Are detailed below in the form of ingress and egress of company personnel.
Basically is mobilized by bus, car, motorcycle and bicycle.

Vehicles business customers

These vans, cars, motorcycles and trucks of the type Cl 1 and C12
customers making bulk purchases.

C12 Trucks

Dimensions trucks Cl 2 employees ONTILPLACK SA And allowed by rule.

Loading and unloading within the site.

Twice a day in and out a truck of 24 T, which discharge mercadetía
within the premises, entering and exiting times without interruption allowed
Street Transit equal, since the company has two protons access
more than eight feet wide, favoring maneuvers that occur
urban disturbances. Turn the front retreat allows clear visibility of the
conductors.

The stowage, loading and unloading is done inside the premises without existing car lines
or truck in no time.

Transport of employees

The shift is Monday through Friday from 8 am in the morning and 18 pm. Between 1200 and 13 the company remains closed due to break time. Being a single turn vehicle movement occurs only staff around 8am and 18 pm.

The average total private cars of employees who enter and leave the premises per day is 6 units, while 14 workers concur in
buses, 10 motorcycle and employees using other means (bicycle, walking) are also 10. These volumes are of little significance vehicles in
compared to the flow of vehicles on the street equal in these times, and in turn the impact is reduced because most of the staff live in
few blocks from the company and moved on foot, by bicycle, or by bus. The place of residence and transport of each employee are detailed in the following table. Is
noted that most of the staff live in the neighborhood or nearby neighborhoods to the company, so it provides jobs for more than 25 people from the immediate surroundings.
This is reflected in the large percentage of staff travel on foot or by bicycle.