Cincinnati COVID-19

March 27th, 2020 2:30 pm

Our operation has been shut down fully as of March 26th due to shutdowns at our primary customer’s sites.

The decision to reopen will be based on the needs of the customer who will notify us of their plans as soon as possible.

Current projection are showing an April 6th reopen date but more detailed information will be posted here when available.


March 23rd, 2020 5:00 pm

Our operation has been deemed “Critical to Infrastructure” under the Homeland Security policy and will remain open during the Ohio “Stay at Home” order to support our customers who produce vehicles vital to the country’s increasingly stressed supply chain.

All employees are required to report to their shifts as scheduled.

Employees who have a high temperature (100.4F or above) should stay home and call their medical provider for direction.

  • Note: An official medical clearance will be required before returning to work

Please do your part in keeping the team healthy by wearing required PPE, washing your hands frequently, and practicing Social Distancing (staying 6-feet or more away from other people as much as possible).


March 22nd, 2020 4:30 pm

The Ohio Governor’s “Stay at Home” order goes into effect at 11:59 PM Monday night.

It has not been determined if our operations will be considered “Critical to Transportation” at this time.

Monday 1st and 2nd shifts are mandatory as well as all salary positions unless already on quarantine.

If we are not determined to be a critical operation we will enact the shutdown plan previously communicated.

The Cincinnati management team all have copies of the plan which focuses on safety, security, and ensuring we can start-up quickly producing quality products once the hazardous conditions have passed.

This site will be updated with details when available.

Until that time, any questions should directed to either:

Marshall Starr

Plant Manager

(513) 604-1849

Dorothy Roush

HR Manager

(513) 720-0547

Supplier Navistar Letter – COVID19

Message from Daimler Truck North America President and CEO


March 20th, 2020 9:45 am

We have no indications of shutting down due to the COVID-19 situation but have developed a detailed shutdown and start-up plan if needed.

The Cincinnati management team all have copies of the plan which focuses on safety, security, and ensuring we can start-up quickly producing quality products once the hazardous conditions have passed.

This site will be updated with details when available. Until that time, any questions should directed to either:

 

Marshall Starr

Plant Manager

(513) 604-1849

 

Dorothy Roush

HR Manager

(513) 720-0547

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