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The WHO declared on March 11 that the global COVID-19 outbreak should now be classified as a pandemic, since it has spread to several countries around the world. At Nynas we take this situation very seriously and are doing our utmost to secure the business continuity and to limit the spread of the virus.
At an early stage in the crisis, Nynas formed a designated COVID-19 Crisis Management team to lead the work on our response to the development of the virus and to ensure that we implement the actions needed to manage the evolving situation.
Since 2010 we have had a contingency plan developed to ensure that we can maintain the operation of the refineries in case of a pandemic virus, and this has now been implemented. Safety is the highest priority at Nynas, and we will prioritise all actions necessary to ensure that the operations and business are operated in a safe manner.
The company´s contingency plan focuses on business continuity going forward in order to limit the disruptions in production and supply, and to limit the spread of the virus within Nynas and society.
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Nynas continues to monitor the situation closely and through our worldwide network of sales offices we will be in close contact with our customers about supply and security.
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