COVID-19 response – logistics supply chain.
As the world continues to change on an hourly basis due to the outbreak of the Corona-19 virus, we are hoping that all our customers and clients are well and taking every precaution to stay well. We acknowledge the severity of this situation and have taken all required precautions, in accordance with WHO and CDC instructions. We are conforming to all of the outlined protocols and have taken every precaution and measure to protect and inform our staff.
Ways to interact with our team.
E-mail is the preferred method of contact. All of our staff are now working remotely in order to efficiently deal with these new the challenges.
Many of our very recent projects are integral to key strategic points and distribution centers for medical assistance, food distribution and oversize/heavy haul transportation, accordingly we continue to provide the best service for vital access in these new and difficult times. We are also working with customers to provide solutions at discounted rates thus increasing their efficiency and sustainability.
As everything for everyone worldwide changes day by day, we adapt. As a global company, we are well versed in working remotely with shippers, suppliers and project coordinators from all parts of the world. This gives us the advantage to further streamline our processes ensuring we provide all of our clients with the absolute best project solutions.
In these challenging times we urge you to take a positive stance so together we will overcome and build an even better and brighter future.
For your interest.
Excerpt from Rattan Lol;
The fast-moving corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic engulfed the world within four months from December to March of 2020, with long-lasting impacts on social, economic, political, educational, and scientific programs. It exacerbated risks of food and nutritional insecurity for a large segment of society, and threats of disruption in the food supply chain may be aggravated by climate change, soil degradation, and the flood/drought syndrome. Ensuring adequate access to nutritious food is a daunting challenge even in developed/scientifically advanced countries, and is a sheer tragedy in poor nations.
The sudden collapse caused by COVID-19 indicates fragility of humanity even to a microscopic foe. Cruel as it may seem, COVID-19 has accomplished what COP21 (the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference of Parties) and other initiatives could not. Atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) have not risen during March and April of 2020 (Storrow 2020; Flis 2020) because of the closure of the industry and travel restrictions. Even one month of lockdown has made the water of the Ganges River drinkable, air in cities like New Delhi and Beijing purer, and skies bluer than seen in decades (Biswas 2020).