Coronavirus: Company Updates – KHD Humboldt Wedag
Published by Emily Thomas,
KHD Humboldt Wedag has issued a statement to customers and business partners regarding its operations in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The statement is as follows:
Dear business partners,
We value the health and safety of our business partners and employees as the most precious asset for the well-being of our society.
As we continue to adapt our business in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to share an update on our ongoing actions to ensure health and safety of our employees and you, while maintaining continued operations.
Effective March 23rd we have closed KHD headquarters in Cologne. At the same time, we remain fully functional. Our operations are not impacted as all our employees are efficiently working from home to ensure continuous business with no or only marginal disruption.
Essentially, there will not be any changes to how you can get in touch with us. Communication channels such as e-mail or phone remain active and we are going to strive for smooth communication. Based on the guidance and recommendations of the local health authorities and the government, we will keep working from home for as long as it is necessary.
While we constantly monitor the development of the COVID-19 situation, we will continue mitigating actions, minimising impact, and plan for an agile return to normalcy once the restricting factors are lifted. While we are doing everything within our capability, under the limiting circumstances outside of our control, we ask for your patience where our response time might not be according to our normal standard.
Best wishes for your health and safety. Stay positive!
Your team from KHD Humboldt Wedag
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/06042020/coronavirus-company-updates-khd-humboldt-wedag/
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