Encase designated as a Key Supplier to the UK Food and Healthcare Industry

Encase designated as a Key Supplier to the UK Food and Healthcare Industry

Updated 30/04/2020

I am pleased to advise you that we are fully aligned with the Government’s various measures to try and control the Covid-19 crisis, and we are planning to stay open throughout the coming months, since we have Key Supplier status.

This is because we provide transit boxes for the distribution of products from the Food & Drink Companies, the Chemicals and Cleaning Products Companies, and a number of Medical and Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, which go to Supermarkets, Hospitals and Pharmacies throughout the country.

For the last month, Encase has been tightening-up all its working practices, to ensure all employees can stay healthy, and in addition to all the advice on hand-washing and catching coughs and sneezes, and providing extra hand sanitizers, we have also implemented a strict regime of Social Distancing in all areas of our 3 manufacturing sites, so everyone is now working in a safer environment.

This means that we should be able to continue to supply all Key Supplier Customers, and to maintain good raw materials access from our own Key Suppliers.

The company therefore believes it is right that we should continue to operate as close to normal during the whole Coronavirus crisis, so we can continue to assist the Government in providing the population with the full support it needs in these very difficult times.

Meanwhile, our dedicated and experienced staff are continuing to work at all 3 manufacturing sites or from home every day, and on behalf of the Executive Management Team we thank you all for your continued support.

Neal Mernock
Managing Director

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