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AGTEGRA CONTINUES PRECAUTIONARY STEPS

Mar 19, 2020

With the ongoing spread of COVID-19, Agtegra is committed to the health and safety of our employee team, their families, our patrons and our communities. As we enter Spring 2020, we will continue to operate our facilities for delivery of products and services while at the same time take appropriate steps to protect our employees so we can best provide critical functions in agriculture production and logistics.

Following are a few of the changes we have made to help limit the spread of COVID-19:
  1. The Aberdeen, Ipswich, Bath and Huron administration offices have locked all public entry access points during business hours. Signs have been posted at those locations with phone numbers. Please call to make appropriate accommodations for access to the buildings.  Please don’t take offense, it’s temporary.
  2. Customers who are delivering grain or picking up feed, agronomy or other products, should limit their time and interaction in the offices. We will also deliver to you!
  3. Employees are working from home or remotely if they can.
  4. We are cleaning 2-3 times a day. Breakrooms are cleaned and sanitized more often.
  5. In person meetings have been cancelled but we are communicating via videoconferencing, phone calls or emails. Please call us with your questions. We are still here to help.
In the ever changing environment that we are currently facing, know that your local cooperative is here for you. We are ready to handle the needs of our members and customers this spring. If you have any questions, please give us a call.
 


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