COVID-19 Statement from Wilson Power Solutions
Amidst the COVID-19 crisis and with the uncertainty surrounding supply chains, we have been understandably receiving a high volume of requests from our customers to provide reassurance and guarantees.
Our senior team has put together a statement which outlines our contingency plan in terms of protecting our team members, site works, and supply chains. We are closely monitoring the situation and the government’s guidelines and will send you further updates if the situation changes in the near future.
We have made every reasonable effort to minimise any potential impact on our customers. However, it is important that in this unprecedented time of crisis, we collaborate for the safety of our workforce and the sustainability of our industry.
We advise you to read the statement in full to stay abreast of the situation. Please talk to our sales or contracts teams if you have any questions or concerns.
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