… at least for now. Some elements will have changed forever, but mostly we will return to normal, maybe with a heightened sense of hygiene and a greater appreciation of those who are key workers.
Government advice about COVID-19 is updated every day, the rate of change has been rapid, and for good reason. A lot of every day life is on hold for the foreseeable future with no definite end date in sight. People are worried for themselves or for vulnerable loved ones.
The intended launch of MB Inventories in mid May is in doubt. I’m not kidding myself. A lot of the preparation prior to starting up has been disrupted and delayed. Staffing levels of outside agencies have been impacted and gatherings of more than two people have been banned, so face to face meetings and training courses are all on hold for now.
Strangely, it is almost exciting having to rise to these new challenges. No one knows for sure what the future will look like, how we will work, or what new measures will stay in place.
There is still a lot to do behind the scenes to get MB Inventories ready to trade, but I will hit the ground running when the time is right.