We're relatively lucky. We have had to invest only modest sums since our everyday job is to be the artisan of a pharmaceutical company. We already manufacture a lot of low-volume items. Compared to what I would do in a large company, my day-to-day job is to send hundreds of small packages across the country by Purolator. Most of what I produce every day fits in a package that's six inches per side. This redevelopment was therefore a natural step.
We're not a big manufacturer that produces a lot. We've been careful, as always. What's important is the 120 people who work for our company making antiseptic gel and whom we wanted to keep. This loyalty is the most important thing for us, since we experienced recruitment problems not so long ago. Maybe today's reality will be quite different.