Campey Turf Care Systems is putting plans in place to safely reintroduce the team over the next few weeks that will still strictly adhere to government social distancing guidelines.
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As an industry that contains essential workers, meeting the needs of customers has been vital. At Campey this has been carried out with the safety of staff, customers and any potential people they may come into contact with as a priority and is the primary consideration of the reintroduction plan.
Like many other companies, Campey has been operating with a skeleton staff at the main office to provide customers with key parts and tines and has stopped all demos because transporting machines to various sites cannot be classed as essential travel. During this time the understanding from customers that orders may be slightly delayed has been fantastic as has the understanding that demos aren't necessary at this time, with any future demos requested set to be fulfilled when it is safe to do so.
Where customers have deemed it essential, machinery has been available for collection at the main office using a well thought out routine that eliminates the need for personal contact. Using this as a basis, Campey is confident that, as the government guidelines are changed, they will be ready without delay.