Romania's Transavia responds to covid-19 state of emergency


Perfect traceability allows the poultry producer to control almost everything that enters and exits its farms and plants.

Posted on Mar 20 ,10:15

Romania's Transavia responds to covid-19 state of emergency

Drastic measures of prevention have been put in place by the Romanian poultry producer Transavia, who is fully committed to respond to the state of emergency declared in the country. 90% of the employees are transported to their homes by the company's buses, which are cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis. Workers are kept under control at the entry in the processing plants and follow the safety measures such as changing clothes, showering, get into work suits and, so far, no one was reported sick, informs Transabvia in a press release.
From the production point of view, Transavia has the capacity to work at 100% until September and the company intends to work in a closed system until the crisis ends. "We have provided from our own sources all the capacities of transporting goods and finished products. Nothing goes in and out of the company, without having very strict control. The traceability of all matters premiums and products help us guarantee maximum quality and safety at the same level as before. In stores, the products arrive through our own distribution, through our own car park," said the Romanian producer.
Through this, the company wants to assure Romanian authorities and consumers that it is able to deliver the same quantities of meat as before, at a level of maximum food safety.

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