Monday, 14 November 2016 14:56

Business as usual for Synlait

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Business as usual for Synlait. Business as usual for Synlait.

South Canterbury milk processor Synlait says its Dunsandel site was not affected by this morning’s earthquakes.

The company says the plant is operating normally.

It also confirmed that employees, who live throughout the Canterbury region, are safe.

“Synlait Milk suppliers are located in the affected areas of North Canterbury,” it says.

“Synlait understands they are safe and are working with them to manage any disruptions, which are not expected to be significant.”

 

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