State and Federal Governments continue to implement further measures to combat the spread of COVID-19, including the closing of State borders.
As a provider of transport and logistics services, Mercury is providing an essential service and will continue to operate.
At present it is business as usual for us. Our staff members are available and customer orders continue to be dispatched and delivered to all locations as normal.
Business continuity measures
In response to the changing environment, Mercury has implemented business continuity plans across all our sites and operations nationally and, in conjunction with our supply chain partners (including independent carriers and suppliers), measures are in place to ensure our business continues to operate.
A response management team comprising the executive and representatives from each of the core businesses has been working tirelessly to ensure the business continuity plans in place keep our people and those in our supply chain safe and remain dynamic and adaptable to the ever changing environment currently being experienced.
Current status and preventative measures
Mercury has not had any confirmed cases of COVID-19. Mercury has implemented preventative measures around health, hygiene and cleaning practices, contact free deliveries, numerous social distancing and remote working measures, travel restrictions and associated quarantine and isolation requirements.
At present we have not experienced any significant disruptions in our supply chain.
This is an unpredictable and unprecedented event and there may be occasions outside of Mercury control, such as further Government restrictions, which could disrupt services.
Mercury will continue to communicate with our customers during this highly unpredictable time and should you have any questions please don’t hesitate to reach out to your Mercury representative.
For updates, please see our website at www.mercuryonline.com.au
We thank you for working with us while we work through this situation together.
Stay well and safe