Press article with Maes Honey director, César Redondo.
“Covid-19 highlights our efficiency,” says Maes Honey’s director, … “providing a quick customer response.”
In these times of uncertainty we live in, Maes Honey has faced the health, business and human crisis that Covid-19 has caused. The main exporter of honey, with its efficiency and experience at work, has adapted to new business circumstances.
The result is reflected in the satisfaction of its customers.
They have adapted the factory with the maximum prevention and hygiene measures with which they have avoided the contagion of the workforce. Telework has also been implemented. Honey is a product that cannot fail to produce, that is why Maes Honey has managed to respond quickly to this crisis.
His international presence, has played an important role in learning in unexpected situations. His reaction was immediate, long before the alarm state decreased. It wasn’t easy. Product quality, listening to needs and delivery times have been key.
Finally César Redondo tells us how he sees the future with Maes. Uncertainty in the face of what may come, but eager to discover and continue preparing to fight if it happens again.
Efficiency, competitiveness, high production capacity and magnificent facilities are brand of Maes Honey’s house.