Xebec an ‘essential business’ amdist coronavirus pandemic

Xebec Adsorption has been deemed an “essential business” amidst the coronavirus pandemic and will continue its regular course of operations and manufacturing in Blainville, Québec, the Canadian company said today.

Québec Premier François Legault announced on 23rd March the closure of all non-essential businesses in the province as of yesterday.

Under the provisions of the mandate, Xebec qualifies as an essential business as a supplier of critical equipment and services to key sectors such as energy, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals.

Xebec said it has supplied more than 10,000 pieces of equipment used by organisations at the forefront of the worldwide outbreak.

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