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Metric Automotive Engineering supporting essential service providers during COVID-19 imposed lockdown

Metric Automotive Engineering is committed to supporting customers who are providing essential services during the current lockdown restrictions imposed as a result of COVID-19, while still meeting the required safety regulations.

The company, a leading large diesel engine component remanufacturer, has been granted Essential Services status and is fully operational with a reduced staff complement.

Operations director, Andrew Yorke says companies that have been declared as an essential service need to know that their own support services are fully operational and ready to ensure that they stay on track. This includes all those in transport logistics from vehicles moving essential items such as foodstuffs and medical equipment through to the mining and power generation companies.

“For our current customer base as well as any prospective customers we continue to offer access to quality diesel and gas engine component remanufacturing. All work is done to OEM specifications and ISO quality standards and there is no doubt our customers can continue to rely on us for all their engine component remanufacturing requirements,” Yorke says.

“The safety of both our people and customers is our first priority, and we have implemented additional safety measures aligned with the government regulations and guidelines to protect and keep the team safe and healthy,” Yorke says. “Visiting customers are requested to respect and adhere to our safety procedures, which can be found on our website.”

“As the situation changes on a daily basis, it is imperative that we each do as much as we can to ensure that critical elements of the economy continue to move, while keeping as many people safe. The team at Metric Automotive Engineering fully supports the lockdown restrictions that the government has put in place, and we understand the critical role that we play in keeping the engine running,” Yorke concludes.