TTI continues to supply critical medical equipment for the COVID-19 effort
Published: 30 March 2020 - Christian Lynn
TTI is maintaining its European distribution centre for its customers, many of whom are manufacturing medical and other essential equipment during the current COVID-19 corona virus global crisis. TTI is operating in full compliance with all guidelines and directions mandated by governments and local authorities, and will continue to support customer supply chains with many vital components required by manufacturers to produce much-needed ventilation, medical and other essential equipment. There is currently no internal delays or backlog with receiving and shipping customers’ orders.
The company has all the appropriate existing and new safety measures in place during this time to prevent risk to staff and any further spread of the virus. The supply chain is being supported and remains strong, as TTI suppliers also react quickly to the demand for emergency quantities of medical grade components and both sides work collaboratively and safely together.
“We are always extremely proud of the entire TTI team, but in particular during this unprecedented time,” said Glyn Dennehy, EMEA president at TTI. “We would like to thank them for their unwavering commitment to ensuring that we meet all our customers’ needs, and as we have realised, supporting equipment supplies for frontline healthcare across the world which continues to save lives. The TTI leadership team is monitoring the global situation tightly to ensure the absolute safety of employees and an uninterrupted service to customers to the very best of its capabilities.”
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