ATR is actively monitoring the evolution of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic across the globe and is assessing the situation, the impact on employees, customers, suppliers and the business. The health and safety of ATR employees is paramount. We have set up a dedicated Crisis Management Team which holds daily meetings to devise and deploy action plans to face any potential situation regarding the evolution of this crisis.

Our number one priority is to keep our people safe. ATR is continuously updating workplace safety recommendations according to the latest developments and following the guidance from the World Health Organisation and national health authorities.

We have updated our safety, hygiene, travel and work organisation recommendations, to contain the spread of the virus and protect our people.

Over the last few weeks, ATR has carried out extensive work together with our partners to implement strict hygiene, cleaning and distancing measures across all of our sites.  However, because of the pandemic situation in France, ATR has paused production and assembly sites (Saint-Martin and Francazal) in order to deploy the appropriate safety and organisational measures, while ensuring the health and safety of our employees, as we were implementing them.

We have enabled home-working where possible and are doing our utmost to provide the flexibility that is necessary to deal with this situation, including for our employees looking after their children at home.

We are providing regular updates to our internal and external stakeholders.

We are committed to supporting our customers in these temporary, albeit difficult circumstances. We are addressing many of the same challenges that our customers are facing. We remain in close contact with them to support them as much as possible and help navigate challenges.