CLOVER TECHNOLOGY NOT SHAKEN BY CALIF. EARTHQUACK

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CLOVER TECHNOLOGY NOT SHAKEN BY CALIF. EARTHQUACK

 user 2010-04-11 at 5:30:01 pm Views: 63
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    CLOVER TECHNOLOGY NOT SHAKEN BY CALIF
    EARTHQUACK

    April 2010 – Chicago
    (IL), USA Aftermarket cartridge vendor Clover Technologies says that
    service levels to customers are as normal despite damage to some
    facilities following the earthquake that hit northern Mexico and
    southern California earlier this week.Clover, which operates multiple
    facilities and employs over 2,000 people in the region, said that there
    were no reported injuries to any of its staff, but there had been some
    minor damage to buildings, although no structural damage.All facilities
    are now operating fully again after passing safety checks and being
    cleaned up after the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit Baja California
    in Mexico on 4 April.

    Clover said that there were no disruptions
    to customer service levels thanks to the safety stock that it
    carries.The company added that as part of its comprehensive disaster
    recovery plan, its multiple worldwide manufacturing plants all operate
    according to the same bill of materials, enabling it to source product
    from different Clover manufacturing and distribution facilities if
    required.This means that Clover can provide uninterrupted service for
    extended periods if required, although the amount of safety stock
    carried was sufficient to maintain service levels in this particular
    instance.

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