To our valued Customers,
We hope you are safe and well and are beginning to see a way forward out of the effects of this terrible pandemic.
Thanks to the flexibility of our employees and our suppliers, C-MAC has been able to remain open throughout the lockdown periods, imposed by the respective governments at our Belgian, Canadian and U.K. plants. We have adopted a similar strategy to this crisis, as we did during the financial crisis of 2009, where we continued to invest in new technology and the expansion of our markets. By adopting this strategy, we successfully emerged from 2009 with a strong growth trajectory. We plan the same aggressive approach towards the remainder of 2020 and the coming years. Expansion of our PCB Assembly capacity to serve increased customer demand for localized sourcing is a key component in this plan.
We look forward to working with you on your new business opportunities
Ken Henderson, CEO C-MAC Holding
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C-MAC participated for the first time at the thick sweater day, an initiative of the Environment Department of the Flemish Government. This is an annual campaign to raise awareness about climate change in an active, positive and playful way.
Thick sweater day 2020 is all about biodiversity: greenery and insects. Companies can also give more opportunities to biodiversity on their own premises. C-MAC is convinced that these actions are beneficial for the workers, the company and nature.
For these reasons C-MAC has implemented following actions:
• A pond has been installed and the company premises are maintained in an ecological manner by the company Arcor from Ronse.
• Benches have been placed near the pond, and also at several other locations on the premises. This way everybody can relax during breaks in a green, relaxing environment.
• Several birdhouses and feeders have been placed.
• Berry shrubs have been planted.
• Apples and pears from a local grower have been distributed to all staff members.
Through this C-MAC contributes to Sustainable Development Goals 3 (Health and well-being) and 13 (Climate).