Impact of the Coronavirus Crisis on ProGlove’s Business Continuity
Currently no major impact expected, situation will be carefully monitored
Munich, Germany/Chicago, IL, USA – ProGlove, the leader in industrial wearables, today announced that the company is not experiencing any major impact of the coronavirus crisis on its business continuity. This includes deployment capacity, new site assessments, ongoing deployments, and customer support. ProGlove will actively monitor the situation and make adjustment as necessary. The industrial wearables maker has put extensive measures in place to protect its workforce while allowing for regular business processes to continue. ProGlove strictly adheres to official regulations and will work with customers to meet their needs as allowed by these regulations.
Because of its prudent procurement policy ProGlove is not experiencing an impact on its deployment capacity. Additionally, ProGlove is manufactured 100% in Germany so that its production is currently not affected, and distribution channels are stable to the markets ProGlove serves. ProGlove has enacted the government recommended guidelines – including social distancing and remote work – and cautions that some minor delays may occur.
ProGlove will notify customers of any changes that may affect them if further mandated restrictions are applied.
The ProGlove support and sales teams are available by phone or E-mail at:
+1 (800) 631-4092 (US)
+49 89 26203500 (Europe)
ProGlove builds the lightest, smallest, and toughest barcode scanners in the world, connecting the workforce to actionable information. The smarter workforce solutions from the German-headquartered company are used by more than 500 renowned organizations in manufacturing, production, logistics, and retail. ProGlove was founded in December 2014 after
winning the Intel “Make it Wearable” Challenge in Silicon Valley and is backed by growth-focused investors Summit Partners, DICP, and Bayern Capital. ProGlove employs 200 people from over 40 countries with offices in Munich, Chicago, and Belgrade. More information is available at www.proglove.com.
Press contact: Axel Schmidt, T: +49-89262035036 , firstname.lastname@example.org