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Stramit COVID-19 Response

4 August 2020

Update 4 August 2020

With all Australians battling the issue of COVID-19 in their local communities, please be assured that Stramit and all its brands are open and ready to support your business.

In particular, it’s important to highlight that our business has responded to the latest government measures in all states and territories, including Victoria and News South Wales. An example is our Knoxfield and Bendigo branches, which are both operating with heightened safety measures in place in response to the latest government restrictions to keep our staff, customers, suppliers and local communities safe. 

We’ll continue to monitor the latest in government advice and are reviewing our measures accordingly.

We have a range of measures in place across the country, including (but not limited to):

  • strict social distancing
  • full compliance with mask-wearing where required
  • increased hygiene protocols
  • working from home wherever possible
  • ensuring we can meet all contact tracing requirements. 

Once again, we'll continue to update this page as the situation progresses.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact your account manager or your local Stramit branch.

 


Original post 24 March 2020

In response to the COVID-19 situation, we’ve put a range of measures in place to protect the health and safety of our people, customers and suppliers.

Here in Australia, our ability to deliver for our customers remains unchanged – we’re still able to provide quality steel products nation-wide as per usual. Our product is predominantly locally sourced and so our supply chain is well insulated. 

Our businesses in both Australia and New Zealand are following the advice of their respective governments and required restriction levels. 

Protecting the health and safety of our people, customers and suppliers is our top priority, so we’ve introduced a range of new measures.

These include (but are not limited to):

  • introducing more agile ways of engaging our customers
  • limiting any customer face-to-face contact
  • having staff work remotely, where possible.

We also have a solid continuity plan which includes leveraging our geographic coverage throughout Australia at 19 sites.

If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with your Account Manager, or with your local Stramit team.

As this is a constantly evolving situation, we will continue to update this page as needed.