Steelwrist UK remains operational

By Leila Steed20 March 2020

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Pat Bulcock, the managing director of quick coupler and tiltrotator manufacturer Steelwrist UK, has said that the company will continue to operate for as long as the Coronavirus situation allows.

Pat said: “We are fortunate that our industry is an incredibly strong and a welcoming one, full of resilient people that can make good times out of bad.”

Operations at Steelwrist UK have so far been unaffected by the Coronavirus outbreak. The company is continuing to follow advice from both the United Kingdom’s government and Public Health England, and will make the necessary adjustments to its business practices as the situation develops, in order to protect its staff and customers.

Pat added that his thoughts were with those affected, both directly and indirectly, by the Covid-19 outbreak.

He said: “If you have some good heart-warming stories or stories that make you smile please share, it might make someone else’s day a little easier.”

 

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