16 April, 2020

Adapting our work processes for operation in the context of the Coronavirus pandemic

In line with the National Coronavirus Plan implemented by national authorities, Montes del Plata has adopted measures to protect employees and prevent the virus from spreading.

Since the end of January, at the onset of the coronavirus propagation around the world, Montes del Plata has been working on identifying risks and taking measures in accordance with global and regional scenarios, strengthening them in line with the advance of the pandemic in the country.

The company maintains a permanent working group that analyzes the situation on a daily basis and generates protocols tailored for each operating center.

Upon confirmation of the first cases in Uruguay, all at-risk personnel were identified, on account of previous pathologies or specific conditions, and immediately ceased attending their operational centre. Likewise, relevant measures were taken to reduce the concentration of individuals in workplaces. Visits, training sessions and meetings were suspended to prevent crowds, and it was also determined that, for all possible positions, personnel would work remotely.

Furthermore, measures were taken to ensure minimum distances between those who attend operational centres, including doubling the number of transportation vehicles for them, expanding some of the facilities - such as the canteen - and arranging differentiated shifts or groups to comply with the established safe distance.

Likewise, new protocols were implemented for vehicles, machinery, workplaces, dining rooms, bathrooms and disinfection and cleaning of facilities. As such, elements for frequent hand washing and surface disinfection were set up.

Since January, Montes del Plata’s overseas port terminal has banned the disembarking of crew members and restricted ship access solely to essential personnel equipped with masks and sanitizer. Likewise, maritime agencies were requested to present the company their Libre Platica Sanitaria health report, in addition to information on the last 10 ports and the origin of its crew.

The company set up a telephone line for its collaborators to receive advice from the medical services of the industrial complex in Punta Pereira (Colonia) and the plant nursery (Río Negro). In both facilities, body temperature is controlled daily in the entrance.

Montes del Plata continues to analyze the situation and take measures prioritizing the health and care of individuals, in order to maintain, as long as it´s possible and safe, the operation of a productive chain that involves over 6,000 families.

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Visitas al Complejo Industrial

Días y horarios

Visitas de centros educativos y organizaciones (con ómnibus propio): Todos los jueves a las 9.00, 10.30, 14.00 y a las 15.30 horas.
Visitas de público general: Primer y tercer sábado de cada mes, a las 10.00 y a las 11.30 horas. Incluye traslado gratuito.
Duración aproximada: 1 hora. Las visitas comienzan en la Oficina Montes del Plata en Conchillas (Calle David Evans s/n).

Agendar visita

Comunicarse al teléfono: (+598) 4577 2832 o por correo electrónico: visitas@montesdelplata.com.uy. También puede inscribirse en Oficina de Montes del Plata en Conchillas de lunes a viernes de 9.00 a 17.00 horas y los sábados de 9.00 a 10.00 horas.

Condiciones

  • Las visitas están sujetas a disponibilidad de la empresa.
  • El Complejo Industrial se reserva el derecho de cancelar las visitas hasta una hora antes de la misma.
  • Una vez reservada la fecha de la visita, los grupos deberán enviar información de los visitantes y documentación del vehículo.
  • Todos los visitantes deberán presentar cédula de identidad o pasaporte original vigente para el ingreso al Complejo Industrial sin perjuicio de haber enviado el número del documento con anterioridad.
  • Se reciben grupos estudiantiles a partir de tercer año de escuela.
  • No está permitido descender ni tomar fotografías o grabar videos durante el recorrido en el Complejo Industrial.

Visitas al Bioparque M’Bopicuá

El Bioparque M’Bopicuá ha sido acondicionado para recibir visitas de instituciones educativas, fundamentalmente escuelas y liceos. Estas visitas son guiadas por personal capacitado y se restringen a los meses de marzo a agosto para no afectar la reproducción de las especies.

El circuito guiado comprende tres áreas: la estación de cría de fauna, un sendero de interpretación del monte indígena y las ruinas del “Saladero M`Bopicuá” que datan del siglo XIX.

Por consultas e inscripciones: contacto_bioparque@montesdelplata.com.uy.

Nuestras oficinas

Nuestras oficinas

  • Colonia 

    Conchillas: Calle Evans s/n - Tel: +598 45772832

    Punta Pereira Planta Industrial Tel: +598 45775000

  • Montevideo 

    Luis Alberto de Herrera 1248, Complejo World Trade Center, Torre 3, piso 9. Tel: +598 26236300

  • Durazno 

    Zorrilla de San Martín 526. Tel: +598 43620853

  • Paysandú 

    Av. España 1552. Tel.: +598 47227575

  • Río Negro 

    Vivero Montes del Plata - Ruta 24 Km 0. Tel.: +598 4562 7523

    Terminal Logística - Ruta 24 Km 0. Tel: +598 45627000

    Centro Tecnológico Forestal - Ruta 24 Km 0. Tel +598 45631037