Electronics company, REDARC, will be shutting its Lonsdale factory for the period between Thursday 19 November and Tuesday 24 November following state government mandatory lockdown advice.
REDARC Managing Director, Anthony Kittel, said in a statement that the company’s South Australian teams will be working from home for the required period which includes customer service and tech support.
“Our factory and warehouse will be shut during this time and we will not be able to manufacture or dispatch orders until restrictions are lifted on Wednesday the 25th,” said Kittel.
Sales representatives across Western Australia, Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales will continue to work as per local regulations.
“REDARC is committed to the health of our employees, our business partners and their families and will make their wellbeing and safety a priority,” said Kittel.
“We appreciate your understanding and are looking forward to returning to a safe work environment when the restrictions are lifted,” he said.
In other news, REDARC appointed a new General Manager.