In a statement to its customers, MFM Building Products announced it will continue its business operations as usual. Ohio has declared a mandate that was issued March 22 that some businesses that were non-essential, such as bars, restaurants, schools, etc., to be put on hold. However, with some exceptions, MFMBP will continue to be in service.
In a press release, the company’s President Tony Reis wrote, that MFM offices, manufacturing and warehouse will remain open, conducting business as usual as an “essential” business entity per the State of Ohio Governor’s mandate issued in March.
“MFM has suspended all outside visitors to our facilities and are following the CDC’s guidelines for social distancing, personal hygiene, covering coughs and sneezes, and internal measures above these standards,” he wrote.
“We will continue to monitor the Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation closely and will do all we can to support our customers and suppliers during these trying times. We are prioritizing the health and safety for all our business associates.
“Please know that you have our full commitment to do all we can to continue normal business operations, and will continue to give you updates, as needed.”
Tony Reis, President
MFM Building Products Corp.