Coronavirus Statement (COVID-19)

At RODAN, the safety for our employees, customers and partners is a top priority. Therefore, we closely monitor the development of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and follow all available advice and guidelines from the government and health authorities.

Our overall goal is to continue to support our customers, their companies and our suppliers without jeopardizing the health and safety of our employees.

Due to the continued spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), all business trips have been suspended, as well as all physical meetings has been canceled and held online or by phone. Many of our employees work from home, but we are still 100% operational and can be contacted normally.

All our production sites are still operational, however, the production capacity has been weakened due to precautionary guidelines from the authorities and we are working continuously, in close cooperation with our suppliers, to ensure that our supply chain of raw materials is maintained.

We will strive to ensure that our customers and partners will notice as little as possible, to the precautions that we have implemented based on the given situation

Customer Service closely monitors Purchasing and Planning for the ongoing status of current orders and projects, and if delivery times are changed due to the consequences of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we will contact and discuss new opportunities with the affected customers.

It will help us get back to “business as usual” sooner when there is a common understanding among our clients and us, that this is a very complicated situation where established procedures can be changed in an instant, due to outside circumstances.

We do everything we can to keep our customers informed about the delivery situation on an ongoing basis and have established a group dedicated solely to this task.

If the situation escalates, then some disruption will inevitably occur, but we will, of course, do our best to minimize this and keep everyone up to date.

Best regards

Peter Rydell
Lynge, 16.03 2020