Suburban Manufacturing Group Remains Fully Operational During COVID-19

Suburban Manufacturing Operational During Coronavirus

Suburban Manufacturing Group, makers of Tsunami Compressed Air Solutions and more, announced that it remains fully operational and plans to ship products as scheduled despite the coronavirus epidemic.

Suburban Manufacturing Group, makers of Tsunami Compressed Air Solutions and more, announced that it remains fully operational and plans to ship products as scheduled despite the coronavirus epidemic. They are also continuing to manufacture an adequate level of inventory within means and currently see no immediate issues with supply.

Suburban Manufacturing Group has been deemed an “essential business” supplier for food and agriculture, transportation, energy, health care, pharmaceuticals, food supply, defense and construction. Their obligation is to create operational and contingency plans that enable the continued supply of products to the other businesses that remain part of the critical infrastructure workforce as defined by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Suburban Manufacturing Group’s No. 1 priority is the safety and health of their employees and those involved in the supply chain, and they have taken a number of precautionary measures to protect their well-being. Balancing that priority, Suburban has a responsibility to support the country’s critical industries, which supports the well-being of the country and others alike.

For more information on Suburban Manufacturing Group, visit GoSuburban.com.

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