Inkmaker Group has announced its latest “Covid-19 Action Measures” for business continuity in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“In accordance with the latest recommendations and decisions of government leaders and health officials of the countries most at risk — where we are present — we have adapted our modus operandi to contain the virus as follows;
“In Italy, Inkmaker and Tecnopails’ premises are temporarily closed for one week.
"Similarly, in Inkmaker France and in UK for Rexson and Vale-tech.
"In Malaysia, Inkmaker and Teko’s premises have closed until end-March.
"In these countries we are working in remote from home — ‘smart working’.
“However, in the United States, Inkmaker remains open and in Shanghai, our assembly unit is fully operational and to handle the increased demand, as we have doubled the size of our premises there.
“Technology between our brands continues to be shared electronically to increase efficiency in all our products across our brand range.
"Stock levels remain unchanged and we continue to complete orders.
“Additionally, Inkmaker Group and its subsidiaries wishes to reassure our customers that our global team is actively managing our factories, warehouses, suppliers and partners to ensure our supply chain proceeds with the least interruptions possible and business continues as usual.
“We continue to closely monitor the spread of the COVID-19 daily — These ‘action measures’ are in direct response to the situation.
"The board would like to thank all our colleagues at Inkmaker Group for their professionalism and cool headedness in this time of global crisis—we are extremely proud of this incredible team,” said Christophe Rizzo, CEO EMEA/Americas, Inkmaker Group, in an interview from his home.
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