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Our response to Covid-19

For updates in local languages click here "Connecting People, Improving Lives" is Amarex Group's mission and guides in effort to become exemplary corporate citizens. In this critical global health crisis, our Logistics services and our worldwide network play a critical role, also in saving lives – whether it is by sending emergency medical equipment and supplies to healthcare workers; delivering necessity goods to private customers; or by finding solutions for companies to continue their operations. Against the backdrop of the global Covid-19 outbreak, Amarex Group business operations are being continuously adapted to mitigate potential impacts. As a globally operating company, epidemic and pandemic risk scenarios are an integral part of the Group's continuous risk planning. The Group follows a holistic management process that enables our business units to ensure the best possible operations for our customers even in an emergency.

The safety of our employees and customers is paramount. In order to closely monitor and manage the Coronavirus outbreak, an Amarex Group Coronavirus task force has been established, led by the Group’s CEO. The Group’s task force also coordinates with international organizations (such as the WHO, CDC, ECDC and Robert Koch Institute) and provides the necessary information to all employees and relevant operations

The Group’s task force

meets weekly and updates top management on the evolution of the covid situation
Ensures that our organizations in all countries we operate follow protocols of official authorities, both international organizations and local country health authority advisories (whichever sets the strictest rule) and give feedback on covid border law changes for couriers.
Discusses and approves measures as the situation unfolds

Our number one priority is the wellbeing of our employees and customers. We follow all official recommendations, and we are committed to respond to the call for cohesion and solidarity to prevent the spread of the disease. Our Group Business Continuity Policy offers global guidelines for our operations in 220 countries. Every day, everywhere, to stop the spread of the disease:

We promote a "Safety First" approach 

WAREHOUSING

Multiple warehouse for different couries goods. keeping them secoure at all times.

We encourage flexible work arrangements, adapted to different roles

We have limited global business travel to a minimum

We postponed all non-business essential events and trainings

In addition, each business unit developed and internally communicated additional measures fitting distinctive country needs or division-specific requirements. We regularly update our employees via internal media, as well as via our local management teams. We publish updated information as it becomes available to reduce exposure to and transmission of the Coronavirus.  

As a globally operating company with approximately 550,000 employees in over 220 countries and territories worldwide, we ensure our country organizations operate in accordance with the protocols of official and border authorities, both international organizations and local country health authority advisories, whichever sets the strictest rules.