"Up until last week, the Coronavrius did not affect our business much and our clients only lamented lower revenues. Things are different this week and the smaller clients selling to local markets are clearly the ones in most difficulty," reports Alessandra Di Maio from CO.SER.
"Our clients, however, are mainly businesses selling abroad and large retailers, who are not facing big problems at the moment. It seems their only fear concerns the closing of their sales channels abroad or problems in the movement of goods. As long as food and agricultural products keep on moving, damage should be limited."
Quotations with suspended acceptance
CO.SER produces iron-plastic greenhouses (with both plastic film and semi-rigid material covers) and specializes in the construction of solutions for sectors such as the floriculture and nursery sector as well as photovoltaic greenhouses and warehouses.
"While we wait to understand how things will evolve, we are making quotations with suspended acceptance. Of course this situation as an effect on investments and therefore on the construction of new greenhouses."
"It is difficult to make forecasts in this context, as it is an unusual situation for everyone. The impact of the virus will only be seen over the next few months. The duration of the emergency and the uncertainty it causes are the most relevant factors at the moment."
"We are hoping that the virus can be contained soon so things can return to normal."
Maria Cipro - administrator
Via Valle Annunziata, 77
81050 Francolise (CE)
Tel.: +39 (0)823 884180