9th March 2022
Like many companies and individuals worldwide, we were and continue to be deeply concerned by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the impact this situation is having on people and businesses around the world as it unfolds. Our thoughts are with everyone affected by these extraordinary and disturbing events.
Along with following all-new Regulations, Sanctions and UK Government advice, we have also taken steps to limit any risk to our business – steps that have been established to protect J-Flex and our valued Customers and Partners/Suppliers.
We have suspended all international trading from our Export divisions with any Russian, Belarusian or associated companies. In addition, we are adding an extra line of trade compliance to ensure due diligence is performed on all re-exports where the potential of Russian and/or Belarusian connection is possible.
Our Finance department is monitoring the situation surrounding the banking sanctions and continues to follow the sanctions and regulations informed by the UK Government and the financial world.
Our IT Security department is on increased alert for any cybersecurity threats since we have all been warned to expect the potential increase of cyber attacks on a global scale.
Our Procurement department is monitoring all supply chains, and at the time of writing, we have no reported problems with our supply chains.
We will, of course, keep you informed of any situation changes within J-Flex and thank you for your support and collaboration to protect our mutual interests.
Should you have any further questions, please contact me.
J-Flex Rubber Products