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Lehigh Hanson reassures customers in statement addressing Covid-19 pandemic

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World Cement,

Lehigh Hanson has issued a statement, stating that it has been diligently monitoring the situation and has taken a number of steps to respond to this growing threat in order to protect the safety and health of employees, customers and the communities where the company does business. The company has said it will continue to watch developments closely and follow the guidance of local and federal health officials.

At this time, the majority of its locations remain open for business with normal operating hours and have contingency plans in place to remain operational if conditions worsen. Employees at Lehigh Hanson plants, distribution centres and sales yards have implemented precautions to minimise human-to-human contact and are doing their best to ensure minimal disruption to the availability of the company’s products and services. Lehigh Hanson has also empowered corporate and support staff to work from home where possible and has taken additional precautions to ensure offices and locations where employees continue to work onsite are cleaned and sanitised regularly.

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