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Faymonville remains open for business

While the impacts of Covid-19 are posing many challenges to manufacturers around the world, Faymonville said it is complying with defined guidelines and is committed to providing fast and pragmatic solutions for its customers.

The manufacturer’s various services such as deliveries, spare parts dispatch, after sales, repairs and sales all remain available, said Faymonville.

“After years of investing a lot of energy into our production processes, the benefits are now paying off. We are able to adapt our production capacities quickly and flexibly to the market. This proves to be a decisive advantage,” commented Faymonville.

Looking forward, the manufacturer said: “Various economic stimulus packages are expected to result in major projects in the foreseeable future, which will revive and boost the economy. This is a reason to stay confident. We are positioned globally and will continue to expand our position even in this new era.”

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