Pelican understands our responsibility to protect our staff, community and customers and we have taken proactive steps to minimize the impact of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are committed to maintaining operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This message from Lyndon Faulkner, Pelican’s CEO, assures how serious we are taking COVID-19 and here are some frequently asked questions specific to Pelican’s operations worldwide.
Pelican manufactures products vital to first responders, emergency management personnel, law enforcement personnel, the National Guard, the United States Military, FEMA, healthcare operations, and pharmaceutical and biotech companies. As such, our operations remain fully functional with production and factory support positions reporting to work. We are abiding by the CDC’s guidelines on COVID-19 and social distancing and taking every precaution for a safer workplace.
Arrangements have been made for many of our administrative employees to work from home with all the necessary equipment and tools to remain productive and effective in their work. This action reduces the risk for everyone, including those whose positions do not allow them to work remotely.
In order to protect our staff from becoming infected and to remain agile and responsive for our customers, we have implemented the following for our employees:
We expect there to be a minimal disruption to orders and deliveries, either those currently being processed or future requirements.
Our manufacturing operation remains strong, with minimal disruption to our supply chain. We are continuously evaluating inventory and capacity against customer demand to assess any risk of supply to our product lines. We are also in regular close communication with key suppliers to ensure appropriate levels of materials and parts continue to be available.
Given the nature of coronavirus the situation can change very quickly but as stated, we are not experiencing any disruption to our supply chain activities as of now.
We will continue to provide updates as they become available.