Febac remains open during the Corona crisis

Date: 13-04-2020

 

Update due to the Corona virus

 

Due to the corona virus, last Friday April 10, the Italian government extended the production stop for non-essential goods to May 3, 2020.

Although the majority of our tools for the glass industry are produced in Italy, we are open and we can continue to supply you because of our large stocks.

Up to now, we have been able to offer an equivalent alternative from our own stock or through our colleagues elsewhere in Europe for the tools that are temporarily out of stock due to the Italian production stop.

We remain available by telephone on working days from 08:00 to 16:30 and outside those hours on mobile numbers or by email.
Our online webshop will of course also remain accessible 24 hours a day and your questions or orders will be processed the next working day.

Stay healthy in this bizarre period.

Be safe, be smart and let's all do our part!

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