Moelven is monitoring the coronavirus outbreak as it is developing, and we are following the national health advice and mandatory regulations in the countries we operate in.
This virus outbreak is putting Moelven and our communities on a severe test. We do not know how long this situation will last, nor how much it will influence and affect us.
The Moelven Group has two major priorities:
First and foremost we protect our employees and participate in the global efforts to halt the rapid outbreak. That is why we have put several measurements in place for ourselves and our business partners. Secondly, our focus is to keep our business up and running, to serve our customers and do our part in keeping the economy afloat.
Production and distribution
Moelven has products for our customers, and we are distributing them to our customers as usual.
All our production sites are taking steps to run the business as normally as possible.
All our functions are operative. However, we tend to do our meetings digitally if possible.
Moelven has installed a new set of guidelines for the transporters coming to our sites. These instructions are available in these languages:
Moelven has implemented these measures
All Moelven sites have taken concrete steps to stop the virus from spreading, in accordance with the government’s health regulations and hygienic advice.
Moelven is adhering to the government’s instructions for local, national and international travels.
External visits to our sites are carried out with a maximum of 20 people
We do not attend external meetings apart from those of business-critical nature, and conducts most meetings digitally.
Internal meetings are to a large extent handled digitally, and physical meetings are not conducted with more than 20 participants