DriTac remains fully functional amid COVID-19

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DriTac Flooring Products president, Yale Block, issued the following statement regarding the company’s functionality during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“DriTac remains open for business and in full operation across the U.S. DriTac is classified as a chemical manufacturer for the construction industry, which is considered an essential business of operation for all states currently enacting a “shelter-in-place” lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic. Production and lead times have not been affected by COVID-19 and we do not anticipate any interruptions. Additionally, we have increased inventory levels above normal standards to meet order demands for the next three to four months. We are working closely with all carriers and supply chain partners regarding their individual business continuity plans. We will remain in close communication with our valued customer-base should any of this information be altered moving forward.

DriTac continues to operate in close accordance with government and public health officials. We maintain compliance with standards listed under the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) guidance for essential critical infrastructure work and are closely monitoring all measures set-forth by the CDC related to guidelines for manufacturing products and business operations. Our top priority is to ensure the health and wellbeing of our employees, their families and our communities.

While we continue to operate at capacity, we are also supporting our regional hospitals and other medical facilities by manufacturing and distributing quantities of hand sanitizer as per World Health Organization’s formula. We will continue to do so until the supply chain for this product catches up to demand.

We are continually analyzing our activities in order to limit the potential exposure for our employees, their families and our communities. We appreciate the support from the government and our customers during a very difficult and tenuous time. We will continue to provide our customers with the trusted level of service you are accustomed to receiving from our team.”

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