StackTeck Remains Open to Support Customers During Coronavirus Pandemic
StackTeck has determined that it is an essential business and that the company will remain open and continue to support customers for the foreseeable future during the coronavirus pandemic.
Following an announcement by the government of Ontario on March 23, StackTeck has reviewed the official list of essential businesses, and after discussion with a government official, it was determined that the company is an essential business and that it will remain open and continue to support customers for the foreseeable future.
Some of the largest medical and packaging companies in the global industry sent unsolicited letters naming StackTeck as “essential” and “necessary”, while requesting reassurance that the business would continue operations to support medical and food packaging production. Following the example set by customers, the company is likewise sending letters to its essential suppliers.
In order to provide a safe work environment for its employees, StackTeck has adopted social distancing measures while increasing cleaning activities throughout its facility, as well as managing a shift of 50% of engineering and sales team members to work from home. The company is following the government of Canada and Ontario Ministry of Health guidelines, while communicating regular reminders to stay safe, wash hands and maintain distance. The safety of StackTeck team members remains the paramount consideration at all times.
StackTeck is also doing its part to support its community. The company has made donations of N95 masks from its inventory to its local police force, as well as provided advanced delivery of projects for molding components used in COVID-19 testing kits with highest possible priority.
The StackTeck team remains active fulfilling new projects and stands ready to support unforeseen customer requirements. They wish all customers and partners well as the industry adapts and continues to serve consumers’ needs during the coronavirus pandemic.