Scanreco reduces working hours

By Christian Shelton27 March 2020

Scanreco, a Swedish OEM supplier of radio remote control systems to international crane and machinery manufacturers, has announced that since Monday 23rd March, 2020, it has reduced working hours for all employees at its headquarters in Sweden due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The company says its main focus is to keep production running without disruption, ensuring that customers receive their orders. As such, order-desk are running normal working hours Monday through Friday, however, response time may be a little longer than usual, Scanreco said.

The company said these are temporary measures that are possible following the Swedish government passing a bill enabling organisations to temporarily cut back on work time in order to maintain work force while adapting to the Coronavirus situation.

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