Socage back in full production after the earthquakes

By Maria Hadlow12 June 2012

Following the earthquakes in the Northern part of Italy where a number of Italian manufacturers of access equipment are based, Socage - one such company - is pleased to announce that it is back to full production.

Managing director Fiorenzo Flisi said, "Though the difficulties due to the earthquake in the last weeks caused morale and material inconveniences to employees and caused a production slowdown of seven days in the factory at San Felice, Socage is ready to start again at full capacity from Monday, June 11."

At the company's headquarters in Sorbara, work activity and production never needed to stopduring the earthquakes and the factory in San Felice did not suffer any damage.

Socage said that it would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused to customers and shares its concern for all those affected by the earthquake.

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