Schneider Electric for suppliers

| June 27, 2020

At Schneider Electric, meeting our customers’ expectations is a key priority. As concern over COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) grows, we are monitoring developments to this situation globally, as well as following local health and government regulations, continually assessing and responding to changes.

Our Business Continuity Plan (BCP) has been tested and implemented in geographies impacted. This plan includes health and safety, supply chain, lifecycle management services, and IT infrastructure.

Schneider Electric operations meet the criteria of an essential critical infrastructure as defined by most governments. While we do not anticipate interruptions to our operations, local governments may require temporary containment measures. In these cases, we comply with local laws, and in most cases seek support from local authorities to maintain critical business operations as an essential business for our communities.
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Kloosterboer

Kloosterboer was founded in 1925 as a trader in vegetables. Since then, we have always been an independent family company. Since the 1990’s Kloosterboer has developed from a storage company to a logistical service provider with continually developing Service Packages. As well as Forwarding services and Customs clearance, Kloosterboer began blending juices and concentrates in Rotterdam, Elst and Vlissingen.

Spotlight

Kloosterboer

Kloosterboer was founded in 1925 as a trader in vegetables. Since then, we have always been an independent family company. Since the 1990’s Kloosterboer has developed from a storage company to a logistical service provider with continually developing Service Packages. As well as Forwarding services and Customs clearance, Kloosterboer began blending juices and concentrates in Rotterdam, Elst and Vlissingen.

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