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ZNSHINE Solar Resumes Production After Virus Shutdown
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ZNSHINE Solar factory has resumed production on the 13th of February after being approved by the Changzhou authorities. ZNSHINE Solar is one of the first factories in solar industry to resume production and is fully applying epidemic prevention measures.
Epidemic prevention measures have been significantly improved around the factory, ZNSHINE Solar has cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis the facilities and equipment in the factory area, workshop, warehouse, restaurant, etc.
Local workforce, about 450 people, have returned to full operation. All workers are equipped with protective equipment, have their body temperature checked and hands disinfection is also required before they access the working area to ensure their safety and health. Several of our office employees have adopted the “online office” model and are fully operative to ensure that processes and other non-production tasks are carried out normally and orderly.
“Thanks to ZNSHINE Solar’s 30+ manufacturing experiences and sales networks helping speed up the delivery process of orders, we are able to minimize the potential impacts of this situation on customers’ needs, and we believe that we can successfully deal with the current situation. Please feel free to contact us by email if you have urgent orders.” said Liqian, Sales president of ZNSHINE Solar.
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