We understand the uncertainty this unprecedented time might be causing, however we remain focused on supporting all of our customers wherever they may be.
YES, WE ARE OPEN!
Orbital Fabrications Ltd is accepting and processing orders. Our Customer Service and Technical teams are available to assist you. Please bear with us as phone calls and emails may be answered with reduced capacity.
We would like to assure our customers and suppliers that we are still open for business and operating as usual at this very difficult time. But like many other businesses we are making changes to the way we work to minimise and contain any risk of contagion, following guidance and advice from the government. Our dedicated team is working as efficiently as possible to provide you with the service and solutions that you require.
We are currently working with a variety of customers in the medical and pharmaceutical industries both in-house and on-site who are involved in the manufacture of much needed equipment and drugs in the fight against the Coronavirus. If you require further information on how we can help please contact Graham Scrivener, his details are below.
At present we have no plans to enforce a company shutdown, but we will of course adhere to any advice from the UK government or the local authority. In the event of an enforced shutdown our customers will be notified as soon as possible.
Please find below a list of key contacts, email addresses and telephone numbers.
Sales: Graham Scrivener – email@example.com
01480 464066 or 0780 063 4982
CEO: Phillip Pearson – Pip@nullorbitalfab.co.uk
01480 464066 or 0797 088 3775
Workshop Enquiries: Martin Kay – Martin@nullorbitalfab.co.uk
01480 464066 or 078177 45616
Site Enquiries: Dee Mullard-Davies – firstname.lastname@example.org
Purchasing: Martin Wren – Martin.Wren@nullorbitalfab.co.uk
Accounts: Henrietta Palmer – email@example.com
Health and Safety
As always, our highest priority is to ensure the health and safety of our employees. We are following all advice from the UK Government and we have implemented a range of measures to ensure the welfare of employees and communities.
We have taken in-house preventative measures including stringent cleaning and disinfecting measures, in our facilities, and we are educating staff as to their responsibilities and providing PPE where required.
Keeping our colleagues safe and well and respecting stringent social distancing requirements is our number one priority. We are also protecting those that must work on-site by reducing the number of people in the building and by encouraging working from home where that is possible.