INX International Addresses COVID-19 Supply Chain Impact and Customer Concerns
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Press release from the issuing company
Schaumburg, Ill. – INX International Ink Co. continues to work hard to ensure that the supply of their products to customers remain constant and secure while they manage through the global COVID-19 coronavirus situation.
“Over these last several weeks, we continue to diligently monitor the extent of COVID-19 around the world,” said John Hrdlick, President and CEO of INX International. “The potential supply chain impact of this pandemic is immense and unpredictable. Nonetheless, we stay committed to proactively manage our supply chain and monitor the labor situation. We are also in constant communication with our suppliers and are monitoring local and international logistics and freight forwarders, especially in high-risk areas around the globe.”
INX is continually monitoring the availability of raw materials and the current inventory at all of its facilities including on-hand, in-transit and other order quantities. Currently, INX has not experienced serious inventory issues and remains committed to providing the level of service customers are accustomed to. INX has numerous manufacturing sites around the world and is working together to maintain manufactured volumes in order to meet customer demands.
“Our corporate purchasing and supply sourcing teams are continuously reviewing inventory levels and working with suppliers to always have up-to-date material status data,” continued Hrdlick. “As specific questions about a customer’s material and inventory levels arise, we ask that they direct those questions to your regional supply chain contact for a more detailed response.”
Considering the urgency around the coronavirus and the potential supply chain impact, INX International has developed a response with some frequently asked questions to keep customers informed of the situation.
Q. Do you source any materials from China or other high-risk regions of the world?
Q. Is there a possibility raw material used from China can be contaminated?
Q. Have you assessed the risk of disruption to the coronavirus outbreak?
Q. Do you anticipate any disruption to supply or any delay to supply?
Q. What specific materials do you have that come from China and how much inventory do you have?
Q. What are you doing for the safety and well-being of your customers, business partners and employees?
To stay in touch with the latest developments, follow INX on Facebook and Twitter and visit www.inxinternational.com.
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