Exceptional situation in BRALO after the cessation of activities in Spain by the COVID-19 – Updated to April 12th
Dear customers and suppliers,
After the period dictated by the government which announced the closure of all non-essential activities starting March 30th till Thursday 9th April; and having reached the end of this period. We will resume our production and supply activities to our customers from Monday 13th April, although our production will already be starting from the night shift on Sunday 12th. As the alarm condition still applies, part of our office team will be working from home. The entire management team is at your disposal for any questions you may have:
- In order to protect the health of the entire BRALO team and all families, we have implemented a detailed and strict security protocol in our facilities.
- Even though we are resuming production, and as long as the alarm condition is still in force, we will not attend commercial visits in our facilities, for everyone’s safety.
- We will ask the transporters to remain in the cabin of their vehicles during the whole loading and unloading process, in order to increase the safety of everyone.
We hope that this situation will be solved soon and that we will be able to recover the normality that we all expect; knowing the changes of the moment, we will continue working to reinforce the protocols for future scenarios and to give the greatest transparency to our clients, suppliers and collaborators.
If you have any questions, your usual contact at BRALO will be at your disposal to resolve them through the usual channels.
In these last 2 weeks of closing, we have had to serve some essential clients, all of this in accordance with the rules dictated by the authorities. In any case, we are happy to have been able to collaborate in this way in these essential activities: medical equipment, hospital maintenance, manufacturers of basic electrical installations.
Finally, the entire BRALO team would like to take this brief statement to express our greatest support and appreciation to all those people who are working in this time to help us all: health, police, army, supermarkets and many others. We also want to have a special remembrance for the people that the COV19 has taken away and their families.