Safe and Sound at Wilson Vale

17th August 2020

Having spent several months dealing with the effects on our business, learning how to work with the restrictions that have been imposed and recalibrating, Wilson Vale have created a new Safe and Sound plan that summarises our comprehensive Coronavirus business continuity strategy.

 

Coronavirus has challenged the catering and hospitality industry in ways not seen before, with companies having to adapt and evolve at pace to respond to the ongoing challenges. The Safe and Sound plan is in place to support Wilson Vale clients and teams and reassure them of our ongoing unwavering commitment to provide the high standards of resource, hard work and passion that they have become accustomed to.

 

Alan Beddie, Managing Director of Wilson Vale, explains: “We have worked very hard in recent months to establish new and safe ways of working to support our clients and we have remained in a safe and sound position ourselves both commercially and operationally. We are supporting our clients and our teams as they either adapt established ways of working, scale up from a reduced functionality or are returning to buildings that have been temporarily unused.”

 

The Safe and Sound plan addresses the restrictions in place in corporate settings and schools, and looks at how to build practical solutions in keeping environments safe and useable, including the use of track and trace and pre-ordering technology. It also offers commercial options and financial re-modelling support that runs parallel to clients’ changing needs as we work through this period of recovery.

 

Creating great food for wonderful people has always been our passion and with a focus on providing practical support to help deal with the challenges of the pandemic, with agility, determination and the ability to listen and adapt we can move forward into the future with optimism.