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Sprint Group vows to do all it can to keep its services running

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Catering equipment dealer Sprint Group has announced that its employees will be working remotely for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus pandemic, but this does not mean it will stop supporting key sectors.

Vital services such as maintenance and support will remain available to the many commercial kitchens Sprint Group has supplied in hospitals, schools and other NHS facilities around the country.

Director Ross Ryan vows: “We will do everything possible to keep our services running to ensure that the key sectors fighting to keep our country running have what they need, whilst ensuring that safety comes first and remaining mindful of the impact on our team.

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“We’re working hard and keeping in constant contact with our NHS contacts to ensure they have what they need in these extremely trying times.

“Our sights are firmly set on the future, with some exciting announcements to make in due course, but the Sprint team are rightly taking the time to concentrate on the matters in hand right now.”

Outside of its work with public sector customers, Sprint Group offers design, projects and equipment for the foodservice, catering and hospitality industry, supplying commercial kitchen, bar, refrigeration and ventilation equipment to big-name brands in the foodservice industry.

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