As we face the third week of lockdown and with infection rates still rising in the UK and around the world, the government is giving no indication yet of what its eventual exit strategy might look like. While none of us can do much for the next couple of weeks other than stick to the rules and keep on working hard to make sure our businesses are in the right shape when we do reopen, I thought it might be worth sharingthe latest, more positive update from Steve Johnston, head of Mila’s dedicated operation in China. Continue reading…
Like most in this industry, last week was undoubtedly the hardest in my career. To have to close the business – even for what we hope is weeks rather than months, was genuinely heartbreaking.
These are unprecedented times and we are all facing business and personal challenges which were unimaginable just a few weeks ago.
I said in last week’s Coronavirus update that it was difficult to look too far ahead in this crisis and, sadly, I’ve been proved right. At the time of writing, there are now 39 confirmed cases in the UK, and big news for this industry that Fensterbau has been, at the very least, postponed.
I’ve received more encouraging news over the last few days from our team in China with regards to the Coronavirus crisis.