Statement from Andrew Sanderson, Plant Manager, EGGER UK.
“Preparations are underway to safely restart production, in a limited capacity, at our Hexham plant on Monday 11th May.
Like most companies, Egger are continue to monitor, review and adapt to the changing situation during the Coronavirus crisis, with the health and safety of our employees, customer and stakeholders being our top priority. As before, extensive measures are being implemented across the site to ensure that we operate safely and within the Government’s guidelines.
We have maintained supply to our customers on the ‘essential’ government list throughout the crisis, and have seen a number of our customers, partially opening or proposing to re-open in the coming weeks. We are of course keen to support them in doing this.
Employees involved in the main production operations at Hexham have been informed and taken off the furlough scheme. We’d like to thank all of our employees for their flexibility, dedication and understanding during these unprecedented times”.
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