The company is giving priority to first necessity goods as well as to sanitary equipment, more so if the are related to essential services for citizens.
Palibex has also initiated contacts with the Ministry of Transport and major industry associations to assist wherever needed.
Jaime Colsa, the CEO of Palibex, assures to all the customers of the Network, that everything is working as usual and that all the workers of Palibex are working extra hard on this complicated days in order to ensure the transportation of goods.
Palibex has managed to maintain the same amount of activity in the days after the state of emergency was declared in Spain. The traffic of merchandises is fluid and no major incidents have been registered.
Palibex considers that the freight sector has to work as hard as possible during this pandemic to ensure the supply of essential goods, given that they are the only sector, together with health professionals and law enforcement agencies, that can travel through restricted areas because of Covid-19.
Palibex has joined the social movement #QuedateEnCasa (Stay at home) with the hashtag #YoEnLaCarretera (Me on the road) with which Palibex wants to thank all the the truck drivers that go out every night so that the rest of the population can stay at home.