In light of the global spread of COVID-19, Janio is doing our part to ensure that our employees are healthy and safe while working to keep your deliveries on track despite the market disruptions.
We value transparency and safety in these challenging times. Thus, we would like to announce that we have kicked off our business continuity plan with precautionary measures in place to minimise the risk of infection in our company. These steps apply to our ground operations staff working at our warehouses in Singapore and the delivery staff picking up and dropping off shipments.
Janio will continuously monitor the situation on the ground and adjust our business continuity plan as necessary. We’ll work to ensure that our measures in place are compliant with the regulations in the countries where we operate to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Read about how we’re implementing our Indonesian business continuity plan here.
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