Proludic Updates – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Proludic Update II (25th March 2020) – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In view of recent announcements by the government that calls for isolating measures to be put in place nationally to fight the COVID-19 virus, Proludic has temporarily closed its factory and asked for our contractors to step down during this period to protect their safety.

Additionally, all Proludic office-based staff have been told to avoid face-to-face meetings and attending our head office in Nottingham. The safety of our staff and supply chain workers is paramount.

Our staff are now working remotely from home and are contactable throughout this period during office hours. For those of you wishing to get a project update, a quote or make an enquiry about our services then we can still be reached by telephone, email or the Live Chat facility on our website.

We will continue to follow the latest guidance provided by the Government, but please be assured that Proludic is still open for business and we will continue to function as best we can during this challenging period.

Rob Baker

Proludic MD

 

Proludic Update (18th March 2020) – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At Proludic, we have been actively monitoring the situation with regard to the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and following the government advice as it becomes available.

Our top priority is to safeguard the welfare of our employees and customers whilst also ensuring that we continue to maintain the level of service that our clients have come to expect.

Our business continuity plan is in place and where possible we will try to mitigate the impact of this outbreak and maintain business as usual. Where face to face contact is required, we will be encouraging talking to our customers via telephone, video conferencing, email and the use of the live chat function on the website.

So far, we have not experienced any equipment delays at our manufacturing factory, who we are regularly in close contact with and so lead times remain unaffected.

We will continue to monitor the situation and will make further decisions in-line with guidance from UK authorities. Thank you for your co-operation and we wish you well during this challenging time.

Rob Baker

Proludic MD