We have taken all reasonable and practicable measures to ensure that production and supply can be maintained in full in the future, while at the same time protecting our employees from health effects in line with a responsible CSR policy. The fact that we invested early on in the extensive digitalisation of all work processes is now paying off.
Although we will do everything in our power, we like you, cannot foresee or influence certain developments. Decisions are made at the level of governments and authorities in the countries and areas affected by COVID-19 and we will of course comply with these guidelines.
Here we have also summarised the most important answers in the form of a small FAQ:
1 What are the current effects of the corona crisis on SANHA's business activities?
So far, there have been no direct effects on our business activities. As a reliable partner, we are doing everything we can to continue to ensure the supply of our piping systems and components. Our supply chains are not affected and our extensive in-house production at our four European plants will continue as normal.
2 What measures has the SANHA management taken to ensure that business operations run as smoothly as possible?
We have activated our emergency plan: Around 50 % of the administrative staff will work from their home office. Here, SANHA benefits from the digitisation strategy that the company has implemented (including Office 365 and Cloud Computing). We would ask that all enquiries such as invoice, pricing and delivery requests are directed in the first instance to uksanhacom
3 What precautions has the SANHA management taken to protect the workforce?
Travel and external visits have been temporarily suspended; meetings can be held via Skype or telephone. Production and logistics staff are not organised in groups and have sufficient distance from each other. We also provide regular information on hygiene and other issues to be addressed. measures to be taken and refer to the notifications of the health authorities. Anyone showing the first signs or symptoms is sent to home quarantine.
Should there be any new developments, we will inform you promptly and transparently. Until then:
stay healthy and #flattenthecurve!