Self-Assessment (Date: 20.05.2020)
Update: May 20, 2020
Due to the increasingly delayed delivery dates of our customers as well as our suppliers, we are forced to close our operations for two weeks. In the following week (KW22), two large orders will be completed and shipped on Friday, May 29th, 2020. Deliveries of goods are also possible on May 29, 2020 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. During this difficult time, we will ensure that our customers can always be reached. We ask for your understanding.
Update: March 20, 2020
At 12:40 the Bavarian Prime Minister Söder announced the exit restriction. This applies from midnight today. We as a company are currently allowed to continue producing. As some countries unfortunately no longer serve the forwarding agents, we cannot deliver goods that have already been produced. If this continues for a longer period, this can partially weaken a company. We can currently continue to produce and have decided to preferentially manufacture our medical products. Stay informed. This page is updated regularly.
Update: March 19, 2020:
Due to the currently growing sickness rate and new information from politics every hour, we face a constantly changing situation. We are currently trying to meet our delivery dates and to actively inform our customers should they delay a few days. At the current time, all departments can be staffed and production continues to run at full speed.
Since we also manufacture medical products, we see it as a moral obligation to be able to deliver these articles on time. We can promise that we will all do our best to continue delivering high quality brushes to our customers.
On March 16, 2020 the disaster was declared in Bavaria, due to this new situation some employees were offered HomeOffice. In addition, short-term leave and flextime applications were approved. Employees of risk class I were able to clarify risks via the central number 116117. Further soap and disinfection dispensers have been and will be set up, as well as extended hygiene measures within the framework of operating instructions. We hope to be able to contribute to the crisis by reducing the proportion of our workforce. “We can inform all customers that we are still able to deliver.” said Michael Schellenberger, CEO.