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Statement on the current COVID-19 situation

The spread of COVID-19 has resulted in a dynamic development that creates many new challenges for logistics in Europe. The Nagel-Group is optimally prepared for these challenges by way of numerous measures.

The intra-European border controls and the road congestion associated with them have particularly affected day-to-day operations so far. Minor challenges have arisen in individual countries due to changing framework conditions in distribution.

As one of the leading food logistics companies in Europe, Nagel-Group plays an integral role in supplying 500 million people. We are aware of the significant responsibilities inherent in such a role and strictly follow the hygiene recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute and the local authorities. All sites of the Nagel-Group are always equipped with cleaning agents and disinfectants for personal hygiene.

The Nagel-Group takes its duty of care towards its employees extremely seriously and has initiated many health-protection measures, such as home office regulations, maintenance of social distancing between workplaces or the separate processing of external drivers. In addition to the regular hygiene training, our employees are again informed about and made aware of the characteristics of COVID-19.

An interdisciplinary core team observes the situation every minute and reacts swiftly to changing framework conditions. We also maintain a close dialogue with our customers and the authorities. If we are to overcome the current challenges caused by COVID-19, we need new flexibility and a contribution to the resolution from everyone involved in the supply chain. For example, not all transports may meet the usual operating times in this dynamic environment. We welcome your understanding and look forward to implementing the solutions together.

It is not yet possible to conclusively assess what other effects COVID-19 will have. Overall, however, we consider ourselves well-prepared to continue playing our role in the food supply in Europe reliably.