When things aren’t business as usual, we’re here to navigate challenging and unprecedented times with you – together. The Holman Way of doing business guides us to treat our people, business partners, and the community at large with respect and care. That empathetic mindset is the compass guiding our collective response to COVID-19.
We are executing our planned business continuity procedures to support your business needs while taking all measures to keep our communities safe and healthy. In addition to following prevention guidelines from authorities such as the World Health Organization (WHO), we’ve implemented additional continuity procedures to ensure uninterrupted service for your fleet without compromising the safety of our people.
With information changing by the hour, transparent communication is more important than ever and we will continue to update this page with the latest from our organization.
Kargo Master and our business partners are closely monitoring the impact that COVID-19 is having on our industry. We will continue to communicate directly with our clients, and we will update this page with new information as we receive it.
Last Updated: March 24, 9:45 a.m. PST
In an effort to limit the impact of COVID-19, California has imposed a “shelter in place” order for the entire state. As an essential business, Kargo Master locations are resuming operation with precautionary processes activated so we can support our customers while ensuring a safe workplace. These measures include the mobilization of remote workstations for all applicable roles, and balancing of shift operations to reduce the volume of individuals on duty simultaneously, allowing for increased social distance.
We’re engaging with critical suppliers daily to identify any potential service disruptions. Based on the information currently available, the majority of suppliers are reporting business as usual under continuity measures and we are not expecting any significant production delays at the present time.
You remain our top priority, and we will keep you updated of any future developments or mandates that affect your order.
Everyone should follow the guidelines published by the World Health Organization and US Center for Disease Control to limit the spread of cornoavirus and COVID-19. In addition to those recommendations, we strongly encourage vehicle operators to take these additional precautions: