We Spaniards are experiencing an unknown situation for all of us. We have seen our habits and our lives change in just a few hours, in a way that until now we thought was only reserved for disaster or science fiction movies. And not even in these circumstances does the transport stop.
From Transgesa, as an echo of the applause that is heard every day on our terraces at eight o’clock at night, we want to join in the recognition of all health professionals and the rest of the workers in hospitals and health centers. The toughest trench in this war and in which most things are decided. Where they are leaving their skin in endless shifts.
In a Spain at medium gas, limited to a large extent to the most essential jobs and basic needs, transport once again proves to be one of the pillars of society and its economy. The stress that the coronavirus has caused to all logistics chains has meant that, for example, the government has removed some of the limitations on the number of hours driving by drivers. So that the goods can reach their destinations, especially in times as delicate as these.
For Transgesa, and for the entire sector, it is a source of pride to be able to pitch in at this time. Make an extra effort to alleviate the consequences of the virus we are facing. Grateful to be able to be the ones who bring food to supermarkets and medicines to pharmacies, other brave people who have to face their work with extra risk on these dates.
As the motto that we have been transmitting these days from the Palibex network says, stay at home, we will be on the road to bring you as close as possible to what you need.