As we enter Lockdown Week 4 of what was supposed to be a three-week lockdown, I am sure everybody is getting quite tired of press releases and communication statements, so this one will be short and sweet.
- Like all our colleagues in the agricultural supply chain that are an essential services provider, the team at Chemuniqué remains committed to providing you with outstanding service and on-time deliveries. It is in this light that we specifically want to commend our logistics team, in particular William Milazi, Michelle Geldenhuys, Machete Seopa, and André Rossouw, for making the best of an immensely challenging set of circumstances and still keeping a smile on their faces. The feedback from you, our customers, on their “can do” attitude when going the extra mile has been phenomenal and we thank you for that. Please keep sending us more feedback so that we can recognise individuals in our team for the fantastic job they do!
- With the depreciation of the rand and associated increases in feed and food prices, unprecedented unemployment levels, and millions of fellow South Africans that are going hungry, nobody knows what the “new normal” will be in the months ahead. If anything, this has increased the need and strengthened our resolve to focus on Chemuniqué’s “normal”, what we call the Chemuniqué WHY … a commitment to the science of improving the efficiency and cost of animal protein production, strong relationships with partners and customers, and collaboration with the whole agricultural industry to help feed our continent.
We look forward to partnering with you in this journey!
If you have any queries regarding this, please feel free to contact your Chemuniqué consultant or myself at any time.