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EAG ‘very much open for business’ and ‘heightens cleaning policies’ following COVID-19 outbreak advice


Date: 01-Apr-2020

Excel Automotive Group (EAG) has confirmed that it is ‘very much open for business’, amid the outbreak of COVID-19 and the measures introduced by the UK government.
 
Motor factors and workshops are being allowed to remain open; therefore, EAG is prepared for continued demand. EAG Managing Director, Adrian Lamb, has assured customers that the company is primed and ready to continue the professional and reliable service that they would expect:
 
“Customers can order online through our website – www.excelautomotivegroup.com – or through TecCom. They should contact us to set-up these facilities, if they are not already connected – it only takes a few minutes.
 
“Alternatively, they can call our friendly customer service team on 0113 271 8111 or e-mail sales@excelautomotivegroup.com. We continue to hold a very good level of stock, which means availability remains excellent.”
 
Adrian also addressed how EAG is ensuring its workforce and customers remain safe in and around its office, stores and warehouse: “We have always operated a tight policy of cleanliness and hygiene surrounding these areas, but are naturally now following government and World Health Organisation guidelines, as well as introducing heightened cleaning policies across all areas of the business to reduce contamination.
 
“The health and wellbeing of our staff continues to be of the upmost importance to us. As concerns surrounding the spread of the virus continue to grow, we are keeping ourselves up-to-date with all news and policies. 
 
“Following the latest advice from the government, we will be limiting all non-essential business travel and meetings. Where possible, staff will be advised to work from home and, of course, our drivers will be taking extra care when delivering and minimising contact.
 
“Our thoughts are with all those people and their families who are affected at this difficult time. Thank you, as always, for their continued support.”

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