COVID-19 shows minor impact on our supply chain
Due to the very serious situation with regards to the Coronavirus COVID-19 development, Primo is continuously investigating the potential negative impact on our supply chain, together with our suppliers, and we receive daily updates and status from our suppliers. New procedures to ensure optimum safety in our supply chain have been implemented.
Until now, COVID-19 has had a minor impact on our supply chain, including risk of delays at the borders and the like. Customers affected have been informed directly.
We will immediately contact you if we will find any reason to believe that our supplies might have any impact on your business.
Last update March 31st
Common restrictions and guidelines for all our entities
To ensure a safe handling of our supply chain and our services, including a responsible behaviour among our employees, all Primo companies follow the same strict principles and regulations. Updates of each country's and each company's status are shared and corrective actions taken if needed. Among other things, we share daily status in each country of:
- COVID-19 status according to Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
- Delivery situation
- Supply chain situation - raw material supply and other supplies
- Local and regional initiatives and regulations
- Employees and their families
In case of a critical development of the current situation, we will contact affected parties immediately.
Primo China up and running
On Monday morning March 30th all employees at Primo China were gathered to celebrate that the last five colleagues had returned from their quarantine.
Vice General Manager Kathy Li expects no further delays; as of April 1st the production is running with full capacity.