Manitou maintains closures

By Euan Youdale31 March 2020

In light of the continuing serious health crisis caused by COVID-19 and in accordance with local recommendations or regulatory obligations, Manitou group will continue the closure of its manufacturing activities in France, Italy and India.

Manitou

In its updated statement, following the closures earlier in March, the company said, ”The group is actively working on preparing for the reopening of the sites. It will not be possible to reopen the sites before the second half of April. The re-start will be gradual, in order to integrate the implementation of sanitary measures and to reactivate the entire supply chain.”

The group remains said it remained ededicated to dealing with the consequences of the COVID-19 crisis, with regard to employees, customers operations and all its stakeholders.

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