Corrosion is closely following the changing guidelines related to conducting business during this exceptional time. In line with national and international policy and advice, we are carefully moving forward. Here’s what you can expect from us, at least until June 18th.
As previously stated, Corrosion is continuing with business, but in a modified manner. Our offices are open, and we have some staff on location. Most are still working from home as much as possible. We are receiving visitors again, but only if absolutely necessary and by appointment. When visiting Corrosion, you can be assured we’re maintaining strict safety and hygiene standards (i.e. no hand shaking, thorough hand washing, regular cleaning and sanitizing of the premises and equipment, 1.5-meter distance between all people, etc)
Production in our factory and warehouse is running smoothly with virtually no backlog or other problems. Our engineers and other representatives are now able to work on projects and perform maintenance within the Netherlands. Again, always in strict accordance with the current safety and hygiene rules.
We are looking forward to resuming international visits as soon as the situation permits. In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We want to be there, however we can.
This also applies to the maritime sector. Many ships are in unusual circumstances or laid up. We’re here, ready to discuss very effective tailor-made solutions. Details can also be found at https://www.corrosion.nl/about/bulletin-board or contact us for more information.
These updated measures are in effect until 18 June 2020, unless we receive new information and guidelines from the government. As always, Corrosion will continue to follow developments and make updates accordingly.
Please feel free to contact us if you have questions or would like information. Even in these unusual circumstances, we continue to strive to give you the service you are accustomed to. Corrosion, steel going strong.