Krysteline Technologies Statement Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Krysteline Technologies continue to closely monitor the recommendations and guidelines of the UK Government, Public Health England (PHE) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) concerning the COVID-19 outbreak. To ensure the healthy & safety of our staff, our customers and our suppliers, Krysteline Technologies are taking the following precautions:


  • Educating Staff: We are working closely with all of our staff, communicating the risks and advising what steps they can take to avoid the risk of infection. Along with the following measures we are encouraging use of gloves, social distancing and small working groups.
  • Increased Hygiene: In line with advice from Public Health England we are enforcing increased hygiene measures throughout the business. This includes increased handwashing, provision of additional hand sanitising stations and a continuous cleaning regime throughout our sites.
  • Flexible working conditions: To encourage indirect staff to self-isolate without losing pay we are enabling remote/home working. In addition, we are extending opening hours from 06.00 to 18.00 allowing flexitime to assist parents with young children, travel and other changes in normal routines.
  • Deliveries:
    Goods in: For the foreseeable future we are restricting contact between delivery drivers and our goods in staff.
    Goods out: Our staff will adhere to any restrictions at customer sites, couriers or other delivery means, they will also be issued with hand sanitiser and single use gloves.
  • Health monitoring: We will carry out daily health checks which will include temperature monitoring. We have also requested all business travel be terminated for the foreseeable future.


Continuity of supply is critical for both Krysteline and our customers alike. We ask that you take the time to review the following suggestions so that we can work together to minimise disruption. If you would like to discuss any of these points please contact your account manager or via email at

  • Supply chain: We are communicating with our supply chain to identify and mitigate any potential risk. Where appropriate we are taking steps to increase our own stock holding and ensure continuity.
  • Forward order visibility: We are asking for increased forward order visibility from our customers. This will help us plan the supply of raw materials and manufacturing resources during times of possible disruption.
  • Increased stock holding: Krysteline are able to offer increased short term storage at our assembly facility.
  • Payment terms: We are asking for good communication between accounts departments to ensure prompt payments to support cashflow, this will keep the supply chains flowing.


Our senior management team are constantly reviewing any developments and assessing our plans accordingly. We are currently preparing for the following actions should they be deemed necessary.

  • Enforced home working: When necessary we will enforce remote/home working for our indirect staff, we have made provisions to ensure all IT services including business phone lines are available externally

If you have any questions about our policies do please let us know.

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