As we learn more about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and its spread to various areas within Northeast Ohio, we want to assure you that Amware Companies are closely monitoring these fast-moving developments and wanted to take this opportunity to share with our customers the preparation and precautions that we are taking as a company.
- Amware Companies have the necessary equipment and IT infrastructure for our employees to telecommute and perform their duties as they would normally. Our office hours will continue to remain 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, even in the worst-case scenario where a majority of our employees could not get to the office. We are dedicated to delivering uninterrupted service during this time unless otherwise mandated by the government to discontinue operations.
- Amware Companies have continued to take all sanitary and health precautions throughout the company per Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations.
- Amware Companies is currently suspending all non-essential travel, monitoring all future employee travel and taking appropriate precautionary measures to ensure the safety of our team members, customers, vendors and our community at large.
The health and safety of our team members has been and will continue to remain a top priority of Amware Companies. With that in mind and the precautionary measures put in place, Amware Companies is prepared to continue to execute our customers’ shipments to the highest standards possible and to offer surge capacity and capacity solutions through our intermodal, truckload and LTL
capabilities. Please feel free to reach out to your Amware representative for any further questions, concerns and to provide any needed assistance. We sincerely appreciate your continued business and support. We will continue to monitor the situation and we will provide updates as necessary.
Our employees are provided with KN95 masks, we implemented COVID-19 professional cleaning, and have encouraged staff to work from home when available. We only allow individuals with appointments only in the office and they are screened and their temperature is taken.
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