Covid-19: information and update

Portrait of Christel Bories, Chairman and CEO of Eramet

Christel Bories

Chairman and CEO of Eramet

The epidemic of the Covid-19 coronavirus continues to progress throughout the world and some countries are facing a strong 2nd wave. Our priority is to protect our employees, our providers and their familiess as well as all vulnerable people and therefore to do everything we can to curb the epidemic. We also would like to express our complete solidarity to the local people and communities affected by the epidemic.
Sanitary vigilance at every moment, and efficient organization are the only ways to overcome this crisis together.

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In the current exceptional circumstances of the Covid-19 epidemic, the Eramet group is fully mobilized to respond to the evolving situation.

The Group's priorities are threefold:

  • Protect the health of all of its employees, providers and their families.
  • Implement and enforce strict health security measures, dictated by the authorities on a global scale, in order to participate in the containment of the pandemic.
  • Ensure business continuity by adapting organizations in close contact with suppliers and customers. 

Regular reviews are conducted regarding the health protocol, implemented on all of the Group’s sites, in an effort to anticipate pandemic developments and to comply with the recommendations of local authorities. Whenever possible, the use of telecommuting is encouraged at all our sites.

Under these circumstances, all our activities operated without any disruptions in Q3 2020 and our teams are still managing business as closely as possible to their markets and customers.

Press releases

April 16, 2020

March 30, 2020

 

Follow the evolution country by country

To inform you of the evolution of the situation from a global point of view and in the countries where the Group is established, here is a selection of sites to consult:

Global

Argentina

United States

France

Gabon

Indonesia

Norway

New Caledonia

United Kingdom

Senegal

Sweden