Dutch trailer manufacturer Broshuis has said that it will reopen its production facilities on June 2, 2020.
In June, the government will start to relax Covid-19-related restrictions and Broshuis has introduced various measures within its factories to protect its staff.
Pieter-Bas Broshuis explained: “The Kampen region was a severely affected area and we did not want to take any unnecessary risks. Safety is really our top priority. We are working hard to get the factory safe and there is now enough personal protective equipment (PPE) to be able to use in the factories if the 1.5 m distance cannot be handled. This allows everyone to perform their work safely and with confidence."
He added that delivery schedules have been delayed but, when the factory reopens, it will do so at nearly full capacity. “From June 2 we will also receive visitors in Kampen. This will of course only be possible if the safety regulations are observed. We have also really missed the personal contact with our customers, that is why we hope to be able to greet everyone in Kampen again soon,” added Pieter-Bas Broshuis.