Customer Updates

Pandemic Information for HamiltonJet Customers

We have a Pandemic Response plan actively in place, which is being updated frequently and we will keep Customers informed of developments as they arise. Our objective is to keep the business running as close to normally as the circumstances allow, at the same time as keeping our employees and families safe, complying with all Government requirements, and playing our part in minimizing the spread of the virus in our communities and countries. If you have any questions relating to this information please contact us through the usual channels.

As a business which comes into contact with people every day, we have a responsibility to help keep people safe. Right across our business we're following the government's requirements around self-isolation for any of our team members who are returning to New Zealand from overseas travel, as well as any of our supplier partners who are coming into our premises.

Latest Update

12 May 2020
COVID-19 Update

On Thursday the 14th May New Zealand will move down to Alert Level 2.  This is great news for our country, but the factory has been back working at full capacity through Level 3 since the 28th April and we have decided to keep all the same disciplines in place as these have been working well.  At this level we will have more office staff on site, but we are still closed to visitors and all measures in place for remote working and support will continue.

The video to the left will give you a good idea of how these measures are working within the factory.  At this stage all deliveries are on track to the latest promise dates and no further disruption to ex-works dates is anticipated.  

Many thanks to all our customers, suppliers, partners and employees for your support during this time.

Ben Reed
CEO

Previous Updates

Date: 2 April 2020
COVID-19 Business Continuity Update – Support of essential services
Date: 24 March 2020
COVID-19 Business Continuity Update
Date: 18 March 2020
HamiltonJet - Business Continuity Update
Date: 17 March 2020
This is a brief report on the effects on the company of the COVID-19 Pandemic.