CORONAVIRUS: between teleworking and maintaining production within Dômes Pharma Group

Since the announcement on March 13, 2020, the Dômes Pharma Group has set up a crisis unit to organize business continuity and coordinate actions. Priority has been given to the protection of our employees, particularly those at our EUROPHARTECH plant, which continues to produce pharmaceutical products.
Here is a brief overview of the activity of each of our subsidiaries to date.

In the context of the health crisis we are currently experiencing and since the transition to level 3 vigilance, all the measures have been implemented by Europhartech to protect its employees and guarantee the continuation of business for its customers. To date, our production staff, i.e. 80% of our employees, are present, which enables us to maintain our usual level of activity. All precautions are taken to guarantee adequate working conditions for our employees in order to meet our business continuity plan. All employees who are able to work remotely have been placed on teleworking. These new protective measures and their implementation could cause some delay in certain procedures and we thank you for your understanding. The ANSM has asked us to maintain the activity by prioritizing the production of human drugs and the Drugs of Major Therapeutic Interest are given priority. This information applies at this time, pending future government decisions or announcements and subject to the uninterrupted component supply chain.

AUVEX and TVM laboratories (France and UK)
At Auvex and TVM, the sales forces have ceased their activity in the field but remain operational to answer their customers’ questions by phone and e-mail and to assure them of all their support. All the other departments are also teleworking to ensure the continuity of their priority missions.

All Wanimo teams are teleworking. Employees are working hard to meet the large influx of orders generated by the introduction of containment. Although supplies are assured, the difficulty lies in shipping, with the closure of relay points and the reduction in postal service, which results in delivery times well above average.

All employees telework to carry out their support missions for the Group’s subsidiaries.

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