Coronavirus Impact on  Production and Shipment
Coronavirus Impact on Production and Shipment

From middle Janurary this year, the spread of fatal coronavirus in China has attracted nearly everybody’s attention. We prolonged our holidays of Chinese New Year, postponed the reopening of our office and factory. Now, we still haven’t achieved our maximum production capacity, as some of the workers are in the condition of isolation after coming back from their hometown.

Some customers are also very concerns the impact of coronavirus on our production and shipment. They may wonder, whether their employees will be affected the virus after receiving the goods from China? The answer is NO.

Coronaviruses are thought to mainly spread from person to person via respiratory droplets. The virus will not survive for a long time on the surface of cartons or packages. So, our production may be a little slow, due to the impact of coronavirus. But there’s no risks for customers to get the nanocrystalline/amorphous cores, current transformers, manganin shunt resistors, or latching relays from us.

Here we quote the opinion of Elizabeth McGraw, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics at Pennsylvania State University.

There is no evidence from any previous outbreak that anyone has ever gotten infected from a package.

The original article’s address is as below.

Coronavirus Impact on Production and Shipment
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