The health and welfare of our employees in the US and Canada, our clients, and the communities in which we operate is at the forefront of our minds and actions as we address the COVID-19 outbreak.
We also embrace our higher-level responsibility. Now more than ever supply chain is vital to the livelihood of the US, Canada and the world. We operate supply chains for some of the largest retailers in North America delivering food, water, sanitation, healthcare and other essential supplies both to stores as well as directly to consumers. It is with that in mind that we are taking the following strategic and tactical measures to ensure our employees are able to do their part in sustaining our customers’ supply chains.
Our Objectives are clear:
Our Strategy is to Drive Awareness & Education for our employees as well as the people we interact with on a daily basis; to Ensure Preparedness at all of our sites and operating locations; and to Continually Look Forward & Improve by consulting with 3rd party experts to identify new ways to protect all of Legacy’s stakeholders.
Our Response Plan is focused on identifying imminent and potential concerns in all areas of our business, then being diligent to address them. When we can, we will absolutely “over-do” it with measures to protect our people. For the past several weeks we have been taking proactive steps to prepare for the impact of this pandemic.
Our Outlook is not unlike other businesses or people who are confronting this crisis. We are all faced with the uncertainty of what this pandemic may bring in the days and weeks to come. However, it is certain we will take all measures necessary to ensure Legacy’s employees are safe, healthy, and able to stand strong against this threat. We thank our people for their response and commitment to servicing our customers’ supply chains.
President and CEO, Legacy Supply Chain Services
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