With consideration for social distancing, PAC Group are OPEN FOR BUSINESS - whatever you need, we're here to help.
In our Coronavirus Customer Update, which was published on our website on April 7th, we advised that as of Thursday 26th March 2020, we would be ceasing all non-essential business activity and operating a critical services provision only.
Some of our customers are essential businesses and key workers, such as power stations, utility providers, and manufacturers, etc., and they have reached out for our help and support in keeping them operational. We have implemented a range of measures to ensure social distancing and a safe working environment for our employees and would like to advise that we are OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Our skilled employees are able to carry out essential works and breakdown cover, or provide temporary relief for customers who are facing key worker shortages due to employees in self-isolation. Our employees will only be available to work where circumstances permit that social distancing guidelines can be followed.
You can contact us on 02893 364600, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whatever you need, we're here to help.
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