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Subject: Potential impact of Covid-19

The outbreak of Covid-19 continues to impact the movement of people and goods in a growing number of countries. Given the ever-changing situation, we want to ensure we update you on how we are continuing to support our customers in these unprecedented times.

We want to reassure you that during this period of uncertainty, we are doing everything we can to provide mission critical parts to help your business react to current challenges.

  1. As a high service and essential manufacturer, we are striving to remain open and help customers to keep moving by maintaining our service levels. We continue to review our business continuity plan, ensuring we have the products you need when you want them.
  2. Our global network of Amphenol manufacturing sites and distribution partners supports customers through our flexible supply chain.
  3. With onsite machining, plating, moulding, assembly and testing, we offer full end to end interconnect and cable assembly within the UK. Our plating facility is even producing our own hand sanitisers and we are supporting emergency tenders for medical parts.
  4. We are working with all our colleagues to ensure that we maintain our service to you through these challenging times. We have equipped all our office staff to work from home while maintaining onsite teams of key workers in production and warehouses.
  5. We are supporting customers who operate in critical industries with vital components to ensure they can maintain their operations.
  6. We are available through email  | website | telephone +44 (0)1227 773 200

Finally, at Amphenol Ltd, we continue to closely monitor the current situation, taking advice from relevant groups and organisations, including the World Health Organisation, UK Government and NHS. We have developed our own Covid-19 Pandemic Response Guidance (already at issue 8 as circumstances change almost daily) to put the health and safety of our employees, customers and suppliers first.

Steve Roberts

General Manager


30 November 1999