Thankfully, the COVID-19 crisis continues to subside here in California and around the world. On June 11, 2020 Los Angeles County issued the “Reopening Safer at Work and in the Community for Control of COVID-19” order. The order moves Los Angeles County into “Stage 3” of California’s Pandemic Resilience Road Map, allowing the cautious reopening of most public venues, a very welcome development.
Dytran continues to vigorously follow the health and safety guidelines put into effect at the beginning of the crisis. We successfully implemented a series of measures geared toward keeping our facility clean while enforcing social distancing, limiting the number of people allowed to congregate in an area, washing hands, and immediately reporting any illness. We remain vigilant!
Return to Normal Operations
Monday, June 15, 2020 saw the welcome the return of our staff members who were working from home since the crisis broke. I am happy to report that we are now back at full strength here in Chatsworth. This segment of our workforce includes professionals from Sales, Marketing, Service/Repair, Finance, and Engineering. We are grateful to be able to see and interact with them again here at the factory as one team!
It is a tribute to our highly trained and dedicated production workforce that we remained open and fully operational during the crisis, providing an uninterrupted flow of critical sensor hardware to our customers. We thank these brave team members for their commitment, and for their steadfastness in coming to work every day, seeing us through these difficult and challenging times.
A Word About Delivery Schedules
Dytran is anticipating a very active customer order placement environment for Q4 due to pent- up demand caused by the business disruption from COVID-19 shutdowns. If you have lost critical time in your schedule and need to get back on track, I urge you to contact us immediately and tell us your situation so we can help. We look forward to working with you!
We hope this finds you and your loved ones safe and well!
Michael R. Change