The chemical sector continues to develop its strategic activity to guarantee the supply of essential products and services for health and nutrition
Madrid, March 30, 2020 - Under RD Law 10/2020, of March 29, 2020, which regulates a Recoverable Paid Permit for Workers of non-essential services, the chemical and pharmaceutical sector to which Feique represents (CNAES 20 and 21) continues to operate and develop its activity as a strategic sector that is in those production lines linked to the manufacture and supply of both sanitary products and other basic necessities, such as food, in order to to help ensure the continuity of the supply chain.
In this way, many plants in the sector are currently operating as part of one or more of the links that make up the value chain of products, goods and services considered essential by the aforementioned Royal Decree Law.
Along these lines, the Spanish chemical sector has been redoubling its productive capacity for weeks to respond effectively to the high demand for certain essential products, adapting, in many cases, and reinforcing its production systems and plans in order to guarantee the supply chain. supply of materials and essential products for health and nutrition.
However, in the current context of tightening the conditions for the development of industrial and productive activity in general, Feique considers it a priority to have greater legal clarity so that our companies, suppliers, suppliers and contractors can continue operating with greater legal guarantees.
The chemical sector is contributing from many fronts to the supply of basic necessities for citizens, such as:
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