COVID-19 Update: Noise Barriers Is Open For Business.
Customers & Partners,
I am reaching out on behalf of Noise Barriers to provide an update to our valued channel partners as we navigate through this COVID-19 pandemic. You should have received a notice from Catalyst Acoustics Group providing you an operational update last week. Since the time of that last communication, the COVID 19 stay order has been issued for our home state of Illinois.
After thorough review of this stay order, we have confirmed that Noise Barriers meets the requirements of essential business outlined in section T of the executive order issued by the Governor on Friday March 19th. This order is in effect until April 7th and in no way impedes Noise Barriers from manufacturing the products you need to maintain your business.
Noise Barriers is fully operational and prepared to meet all of your product and project needs. We will do so with the safety and well-being of all of our employees being top priority. We have taken all necessary action to move all non-factory employees to remote work. The factory essential employees have access to hand sanitizer and disinfecting hand wipes and are having temperature checks during their shifts to make sure there is no demonstration of illness.
We will continue to provide updates under Catalyst Acoustics Group. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly. Thank you for your continued business and support. Stay healthy and safe.
National Sales Manager, Noise Barriers
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