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RE: Covid – 19 Coronavirus Outbreak

20 March 2020

Please be advised that SAE Logistics will no longer permit visitors to our offices and warehouse.

This action has been taken to restrict as much as possible any opportunity of transference of the virus to SAE Team Members.

Deliveries and Collections into and out of our warehouse will continue to be accepted at all times during our standard working hours however, we will instruct all drivers visiting our site to stay a safe distance of at least 2m from being in direct contact with our guys.

Our warehouse operatives will wear gloves whilst receiving and releasing goods, will only touch paperwork with gloved hands and will no longer sign directly onto any surface that could transfer the virus. We will happily provide our receivers name as acknowledgment of receipt of goods.

SAE delivery drivers will also adopt a similar process in reverse – we will not permit our drivers to come into close contact with anyone else whilst making deliveries, we will no longer ask for paperwork to be signed but will ask all receivers for their name which we will enter onto our own internal systems.

I am sure that I can count on your support with these basic measures. We are doing everything possible to safeguard our valued Team Members and of course it is our intention to continue to supply the excellent services SAE are known for.

Should you have any questions, please contact info@saelogistics.com

Thank you for your support.