EPIC ideally placed to support business continuity
Guidance from public health authorities recommend people should maintain 2m from one another in order to avoid the spread of Covid-19. Many businesses will therefore be finalising risk assessments on their premises to ensure that measures are in place to offer a safe environment for their employees. For many however this will unavoidably result in reduced capacity which may have a detrimental impact on supplying customer demand and consequently business recovery.
Finding alternative arrangements in third party sites may therefore be an invaluable investment to ensure businesses are able to fully resume their activity.
EPIC has remained fully open since the Covid-19 outbreak allowing tenants access to their independent units and consequently offering the opportunity to work in a safe environment.
EPIC’s design offers contactless access to most units within the building. The configuration also allows businesses the opportunity of relocating some manufacturing processes in these unprecedented times. The centre has labs, a classified cleanroom and modern offices readily available to let. These units lend themselves to locating a process or a team within an autonomous environment. High profile businesses such as Bay Photonics and Prior Scientific have already taken advantage of the adaptability of the centre to set up lean and efficient production facilities from within EPIC.
If you are interested in discussing the available options to switch processes of your electronics business to EPIC, even within a very short timeframe, then please get in touch. Centre Director, Wayne Loschi, will welcome the opportunity to conduct either a video or socially distanced viewing with you. [email protected] Tel 07775 602465.