Rotary has reopened its distribution centre in the UK for three weeks starting from Monday this week.
The company’s team has been working from home since lock down began on March 23, but guidance has always been for people to continue to work, where possible, if working from home is not an option. Logistics and distribution fall into that category.
“We continue to prioritise the health and safety of our employees, retail partners and customers, says Pauline Chan, vice president of Rotary Watches.
“The Rotary team has been busily working away remotely behind the scenes and, after a very careful decision process, we have decided to re-open our distribution centre to service our retail partners and online orders. This will be reviewed at the end of the three week period in line with government advice and we will issue further updates,” she adds.
Rotary’s service and repair centre remains closed until further notice but the company says it will try to fulfill all retail partner and online orders as soon as possible.