We fully understand the uncertainty everyone is facing in these unprecedented times. For many of us right now, we are already feeling the effects of the coronavirus in every aspect of our lives. I wanted to take this opportunity to contact you with an update as to what our plan as a company is and advise how we can best help you to get through the coming months.
Firstly, I want to reassure you all that here at Warner’s we are very much open for business as usual and have put additional measures in place to safeguard your work in the coming months. We are fortunate to be in a financially strong position as a company and have done everything we can to ensure that we continue to produce your print without interruption. You will hopefully have seen our previous updates about what we are doing to protect our staff and plant which continues as normal. Further to this, we have introduced offsite working for members of staff, a reactive strategy to match the work levels of the plant, a step up in social distancing techniques and measures to help protect the mental health of our employees.
As a company, we are incredibly lucky to have a tremendous esprit de corps that will if nothing else ensure that we are not going anywhere.
Most importantly however is how we as a company can help you. Over the years we have been fortunate to enjoy some excellent long-standing relationships with our customers and we are here for you now, more so than ever before. We truly believe that we are in this together and I want you to know that together we can and will ride this storm out. Our experienced account managers are on hand here to help and advise you make the necessary cost reductions to see you through the coming months. We will help you manage your costs effectively through simple spec changes and paper, quantity or pagination changes as a starting point.
The next few months will be unlike anything that we have seen before. Regardless we are ready to face this challenge with all of our customers and together I am confident that our businesses will see better days in the not too distant future.
I wish you all the very best.