Production and the Corona crisis: Four steps to keep your business operating

Remote work is not possible for everyone when you run a factory. Most of the work in manufacturing has to be done in close physical proximity to the machine, right on the shopfloor. In our Whitepaper we have collected some useful advice how this can be done.

Plattling, April 29, 2020

production safety corona crisis

Manufacturers of spirits and perfumes are pivoting to produce disinfectants; textiles firms and metalworkers are manufacturing protective masks and large parts of the automotive industry are on hold. International supply chains have been cut, in towns the streets and squares are deserted, whole countries wait in lockdown. The Corona crisis is sending shockwaves across the globe. 

However, there are a few things that decision makers in the manufacturing and producing industry can do in these exceptional times in order to make the best of the situation. To help you act decisively, we have put together some steps you can take to ensure that your business can keep trading.  

Enterprises that succeed in  

  • ensuring employees maintain distances within the enterprise 

  • establishing contactless planning and information processes  

  • using appropriate approval processes to work on a secure basis  

  • recording all relevant information using templates  

In our Whitepaper we offer tips to enable decision makers in the manufacturing and producing industry to keep their production running. You can download it here


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Norbert Kytka, Headquarters Plattling