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Brescia - Hosiery knitting machine specialist Busi Giovanni has confirmed that it is to restart its manufacturing site on 4 May.

In a statement company managing director Catina Busi said that in order to check, test and arrange for under the latest safety protocols, in compliance with a decree fro the Italian Government, the company would restart working practices under 'lessened conditions'. "(With it) being Busi’s main goal to safeguard all its employees’ health, all operational activities will be forcefully slowed down over such a very first phase," Ms Busi said. "Over the past months all countries have faced and still are facing the medical emergency which has brought out lots of victims, infected a huge number of people, and caused global markets to suffer an economic crisis because lots of enterprises have stopped their trade activity and manufacturing.

"All of us are all together in such a troublesome situation, but we feel sure that if any of us restarts working hard and efficiently, all of us will win both the medical emergency and the economic one.

"We are hopeful that in a very short period Busi will start again working as under usual ordinary situation in order to serve all our global customers in the best way. Busi is here to assist you and work for mutual good business, as ever."

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