THURSDAY JULY 30, 2020
Strengthened Corona measures at H.Essers
As you now know, the number of Corona infections and hospitalizations have increased in several countries in recent weeks.
In view of the serious situation in Belgium, the National Security Council has announced new, strict policy decisions for the national territory.
For the province of Antwerp, additional measures have been taken by the Governor of Antwerp.
Our company's Corona crisis team took immediate action and once again adapted the level of measures to the critical situation in March-May, both
for our customers as well as for our employees.
You will find all adjustments in the section 'Well-being employees'.
MONDAY MARCH 30, 2020
Updated overview of European border guard times.
The measures to limit the spread of the Coronavirus are closely monitored throughout Europe. This also means that several European countries, including Belgium, continuously update their measures.
For example, the situation in Switzerland and Austria has become milder, while measures across borders in Belgium have become more strict.
This update of the overview of nuisance at border crossings in Europe indicates some of these adjustments:
FRIDAY, MARCH 27 2020
In the following weeks, we will put our H.EROES in the spotlight. Thanks to their efforts H.Essers can continue to provide the best logistic services during these challenging times.
Our first credit goes to our planners, dispatchers and administrators. They guarantee the continuity of your orders from A to Z by managing the schedule of our drivers. #TogetherWeMakeItTranspossible
TUESDAY, MARCH 24 2020
In these difficult times, our company wants to take care of its employees more than ever.
Look and listen here to the personal message of our CEO Gert Bervoets for our 6560 colleagues...
Take good care of each other!
MONDAY MARCH 23, 2020
Overview of the European border withdrawal periods.
In recent weeks, European countries have worked hard to limit the spread of the Coronavirus. Governments have imposed many necessary measures. Setting up border patrols and closing the borders has a direct impact on the flow of goods and therefore on products that are crucial to keep our society running.
The situation varies from country to country and changes daily. Queues, traffic jams, quarantine areas... lead to longer lead times and reduced capacity. As an international logistics service provider, we closely monitor the situation in Europe. We have access to real-time information 24 hours a day. This enables us to react quickly and provide new solutions to get our goods on site. We use our European multimodal network via road, rail and water.
Would you like specific information about the impact of these measures? Then please contact your trusted contact person at H.Essers.
Below we would like to give you an overview of the nuisance at border crossings in Europe: