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    IES COVID-19 Statement

    Last updated: 6th October 2020

    At IES, supporting customers has always been our key ethos and whilst the COVID-19 situation brings lots of uncertainty to the business environment, we want to reassure all our customers that we are pro-actively maintaining a responsible and common-sense approach to business as usual.

    Crate making is operational and we are still carrying out site-work, following all the necessary hygiene and social distancing guidance provided by the government and WHO.

    We are rigorously risk assessing and monitoring our teams & activities to ensure they are robust in mitigating the risks & challenges we face.

    We have comprehensive plans in place to minimise transmission risks and to protect our employees.

    We are liaising closely with our supply-chain to ensure continuance of supply and have taken the decision to increase our stock levels as part of our continuity planning.

    Thanks to our cloud-based IT systems, we are able to increase homeworking and have established creative solutions to assist customers remotely where normal site visits have encountered disruption.

    We continue to monitor the situation and adapt our continuity planning accordingly. Through flexibility, partnership and communication we can continue to offer an effective service to our customers in the weeks and, potentially, months ahead.

    View IES COVID-19 Management Risk Assessment

    For more information or if you have any questions regarding this matter, please call us on +44 (0)1179 380 600, or email us and we’ll get back to you.



     

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    About Us

    Founded in 1991, IES has grown to become one of the UK's leading specialists in the movement of machinery, the relocation of part or all of factories and the de-installation and re-installation of equipment

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    Trusted Engineering Service Provider, Supporting Companies Worldwide

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    While there are uncertainties as to the future implications of Brexit, we are mitigating any risk areas, so that we avoid or manage any disruption as a result of Brexit.