All the production, work and logistics activities are regularly ongoing in the Cereal Docks Group.

The Prime Ministerial Decree dated 11th March has further reinforced the emergency measures by requiring the closure of non-essential commercial and service businesses.

On the other hand, in compliance with health and hygiene regulations, all the activities within agricultural, zootechnical and food processing sectors and all the supply chains offering goods and services with respect to these activities are guaranteed.

All goods can be moved within the national territory, carriers can in fact move limited to the needs of delivery or pick-up of goods, with the obligation to comply with prescribed hygiene and behavioral standards, including the requirement for drivers to wear model FFP2 and FFP3 masks and disposable gloves both within the Cereal Docks Group plants and at customers’ premises.

In this regard, the companies and plants of the Cereal Docks Group have promptly adopted new extraordinary measures to deal with this emergency, ensuring the regular performance of production and logistics activities and at the same time safeguarding the health of employees.

Our management, production and all staff are responsibly committed and motivated to work together to contribute to risk reduction and health protection, aware of the importance of ensuring the continuous delivery of supply chains that are essential to meet market and consumer demand.

The situation is being continuously monitored, with a constant communication on any updates.

Aware of the current difficulties, the entire Cereal Docks Group community expresses with strength and determination its commitment to contribute to the end of the emergency and sends everyone a message of encouragement and trust:

“Above all, don’t fear difficult moments. The best comes from them” (Rita Levi Montalcini).