COVID-19 Situation Summary
- Worldwide Situation:
- At least 2,588,850# confirmed cases were reported in a total of 215 countries/territories, including at least 184,198 fatal cases*.
- The COVID-19 outbreak has set new waves of digital transformation, and is driving the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) market. More companies are seeing the importance of leveraging IoT technology to build a more resilient and agile business. Season, together with its IoT arm, SG Wireless, is working with customers on IoT solutions to combat the outbreak. We are ready to help customers with the transformation to tap new potential markets and opportunities.
- Committed to providing the best level of service possible, the Season sales and support staff at our global sites are ready to support (in some cases remotely due to lockdowns) our customers with any questions or concerns.
- Update on Season China Operation:
- The site has returned to full capacity since the end of March.
- Update on Season’s Global Operations Outside Mainland China:
- Malaysia: The country has extended the nationwide Movement Control Order to 12 May. The Season Penang site, deemed to be supporting essential industries, has resumed operation since 16 Apr at a lower capacity to ensure a balance between proper social-distancing requirements as well as to ensure that customer orders are fulfilled within a timely fashion.
- Mexico: The Season Reynosa site has been in negotiation with the state government with regard to the resumption of operation. We will continue to monitor closely the situation and be agile to respond to the changing environment.
- UK: The Season Havant site has resumed manufacturing operation since 20 Apr. We are adopting best practice safety measures to protect our staff while working on essential products and align with the government’s guidance. We will continue to monitor the situation.
- US: The Season US site continues to operate. Safety measures have been implemented at the workplace to protect our staff and mitigate the risks of infection.
- No infected cases have been recorded across all Season’s operations to date.
* Based on the report of The Center of Health Protection under the Department of Health of The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region as at 10am, 24 Apr 2020.
# Excluding 712 cases confirmed among passengers/crews on a cruise (including 13 fatal cases).