Woodworking industry embraces technology to fight COVID -19
Published on : Thursday, March 19, 2020
When the world is gearing up to fight novel coronavirus, woodworking sector is all set to take required measures against the spreading. With a vision to offer absolute customer support and services to the clients, companies such as Leuco, Leitz, Homag, Häfele organizers NurnbergMesse etc and many more are incorporating alternative measures during this health emergency.
Leuco, the tooling brand that is synonymous with tooling innovations and offer perfect support solutions to the industry, has announced that they will offer free shipping of the orders and will ensure supply of raw materials from US through online platform. Häfele Australia on the other hand is concerned with the health and safety of their staff and identifying customers as biggest priority, have decided to offer support in a responsible way. At the initial period they have decided to keep the showrooms remain open, but are encouraging all customers to order online or call customer service team. “The showroom staff have the right to refuse entry or service of anyone they feel may be unwell in any way.” The industry is making most of the technical support and new age technology and embraces innovations to fight the outbreak of novel coronavirus.
During this emergency phase Biesse Group has decided to provide video assistance free of charge to all customers in America and Canada. They are further promoting the idea “Come closer to technology with remote services”. Adhering to the health safeguarding measures directed by WHO, the companies are apprehensive for the upcoming two weeks, and hence taking necessary steps to protect the sector and continue healthy living.