Following the expansion of the coronavirus (COVID-19) across the world, we want to inform you about the precautions BOBST has taken.
The BOBST Executive Committee is closely monitoring the status of the outbreak and its potential impact on our supply chain, production and service organization.
As the number of cases continues to escalate globally, BOBST is taking additional preventive measures such as visitors pre-registration and site entry restrictions to avoid potential spread of the diseases within our various locations. We have implemented a travel ban to/and from the impacted regions. The health and safety of our employees is a top priority. We have applied the recommendations from the WHO, the guidance issued by local governments and the recommendations from the Bobst Group task force. Our employees have received precise health & safety rules and personal hygiene guidance, including specific handwashing routines.
By closely monitoring our Technical Service Centers country by country, we want to ensure business continuity to the highest level as possible. We are in solidarity with you and will support you as much as possible, without compromising the security of your employees and our employees. In this context, we will intervene on site only for emergency situation and any intervention will need to be closely coordinated and monitored.
We will strive to deliver your machines on time. In case of any delay we will contact you personally.
In the coming days and weeks, we will closely monitor the situation and adjust our policies as the situation is evolving. Please be informed that once the situation will be back to normality, we will do our utmost to serve you.
Bobst Group SA
Chief Executive Officer