ROE Visual Resumes Production after Coronavirus Shutdown
Shenzhen, China (15 February 2020) – As a result of the stringent measures that the Chinese government has taken to combat the coronavirus outbreak, ROE Visual was forced to halt production. As a result of a series of measurements that have been taken, ROE Visual is pleased to announce that production has resumed from 13 February onwards.“Passing through a difficult Spring Festival, where the sudden outbreak of the coronavirus has disorganized our employees holiday plans and working arrangements, it’s with a high sense of responsibility and determination to overcome unimaginable difficulties, that the ROE Visual colleagues have bravely undertaken fighting the epidemic and guaranteeing resumption of work as scheduled”, states Jason Lu, Managing Director of ROE Visual.
“Launching an emergency plan, directly after the first mentions of the coronavirus outbreak, focusing on establishing an epidemic prevention and control emergency team and actively carrying out epidemic prevention and reporting, we are pleased to tell that we’re all fine. We want to express our gratitude to our customers for their dear support and understanding, we feel lucky to have you all standing by our side. We’ll spare no efforts to live up your trust to complete pending deliveries to our best ability”, Lu continues.
At present the situation is still severe, ROE Visual has taken measures to secure the gradual resumption of work this week. Implementing a remote office workflow, ROE Visual has regained work in the sales and support departments, using modern communication options for communication. Production work has started up from 13 February onwards and will be scaled up till full production, as soon as the situation will allow this.
Customers with pending deliveries or questions about their deliveries are kindly requested to contact the local sales offices in the US and the EU. The teams there will provide you with up-to-date information. ROE Visual will do everything that lies in its power to minimize the inconvenience caused for its customers.