Covid-19 Update.

January 2021 - Through the second wave in a controlled manner


First things first: Despite the coronavirus, the delivery capacity of the Müller companies is consistently high.

 

Dear customers, suppliers and business partners

Across Switzerland, the Covid 19 epidemic is showing a stable to slightly declining trend. However, the reproduction number R is higher than the value targeted by the Federal Council. The case and hospitalization figures are still too high, and the situation remains acute. Worldwide, the number of cases continues to increase. The infection situation in Germany is currently diffuse. The number of cases in Germany is currently on the rise again.

In this fragile environment, it is important to remain informed and vigilant, and to consistently uphold the protective measures that have been recommended for months. An internal task force headed by CEO Christian Reinau is therefore continuing to monitor the current situation closely and coordinate internal action.

The health of employees is a top priority for Müller Group. In the five companies of the Group, all measures, rules of conduct and recommendations of the BAG (Federal Office of Public Health, Switzerland) and the Robert Koch Institute (Germany) are therefore being consistently implemented.

To date, the Covid 19 pandemic has had no impact on the supply chains from raw material and component suppliers to the Müller plants. These are stable and functioning smoothly. Production at the Müller sites in Münchenstein, Reiden, Muttenz and Rheinfelden (Germany) is also running according to plan. Delivery capacity is high and orders can be processed as usual and customers supplied on schedule.

Customer contacts continue to be maintained via electronic platforms. As during the entire Corona crisis, service technicians are working on site at the customer's premises in the usual manner. All service activities are carried out in accordance with the recommended hygiene guidelines.

The people at Müller Group are strongly committed to combating the coronavirus and breaking possible chains of transmission. Therefore, in our internal communication, we always inform our employees that the measures, rules of conduct and recommendations of the BAG (Federal Office of Public Health, Switzerland) and the Robert Koch Institute (Germany) are not only directed at them, but also at their family members and friends.

With this in mind, we thank you for the good partnership and wish you, your employees, your families and friends, good health and confidence that together we will master this situation, which is new for all of us.

 

Management Board Müller Group