A MAXIMUM PRECISION COVID-19 UPDATE

The global implications due to coronavirus have obviously been significant and has led to huge change within industry and commerce for everyone.

Throughout the pandemic, Maximum Precision Limited have undertaken several measures to ensure we can continue to provide a first-class service to its customers and maintain excellent relationships with customers and suppliers alike.  As we continue to move towards the ‘new normal’, our commitment to this is no different.

Therefore, with the latest government announcement of a pending second lockdown we have reassessed our procedures and confirm we will safely remain fully functional thereby continuing manufacturing and applying our first-class service to customers.

Should you have any questions or concerns please lets us know.

Stay safe.

Team Maximum Precision

Visit the government website for more information and guidance.

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