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How Coyote Logistics is preparing for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Updated Monday, March 23

The business of UPS and Coyote Logistics have been deemed a “critical infrastructure industry” by the United States Department of Homeland Security, acknowledging our special responsibility to maintain normal global operations in response to the COVID-19 emergency for both public health and safety, as well as community well-being. In response, we are committed to maintaining operational readiness and services around the world in preparation for the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).

We are subscribed to the COVID-19 Communications from the World Health Organization (WHO). Coyote is monitoring for updates on active cases, status changes and recommendations.

We are also acting in alignment with official organisations for advice on:

We are currently assessing opportunities to keep our people safe by postponing large gatherings and instances where germs can be widespread.

We are also working hard to reduce risk and create sustainable strategies to improve social distancing including working in a remote model. Additional laptops were deployed, remote worker capacity were expanded for phones, voice and video teleconferencing and business application access.

During this time, alternative methods of balancing business needs and travel concerns may also be explored. We will continue to do this until this threat has passed.

If you have any unexpected supply chain disruptions and need assistance, we are here to help. Contact us at EU_coronavirus@coyote.com.

As you continue to push forward, we want to reaffirm our commitment to you. Read a very special thank you from Coyote’s leadership team.

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