Dear partners and customers,
despite nation-wide quarantine, we would like to assure you that we are still at your disposal. We have realized maximum measures for the protection of our employees, possible realization of the contracts as well as ensuring a smooth run of the company in the context of the current affairs.
We have implemented guaranteeing long-term ensuring of the production run. In case the situation related to coronavirus is not changed significantly up to this day, you can rely on the supplies within the setup deadlines and amount.
Preparation and realization of projects
There is only one thing that has changed in the work of our specialists dealing with your contracts – they use the home office in most cases. Modern technologies enable us remote teamwork, it means that we can guarantee you the realization of projects according to the agreed terms. If a future government decree prevents us from the realization, we will get in contact with you and we do believe that we will find a solution for any situation that occurs.
Realization at the customer´s place
Our company ZAT realizes supplies of control systems in 65 world countries. It is a part of our work that will, unfortunately, be affected by the current situation. After declaring emergency state we have ensured safe homecoming for all our employees, all our employees are in the Czech Republic by now. Work on home contracts is made more difficult too. Contact a manager of a given project on the further procedure of realized contracts. We have ensured protective aids for trips of our employees and we will solve every required realization at your place individually regarding your internal measures.
ZAT invests more than 30 million Czech crowns in development. The current situation will not affect further development of our control system SandRA and new platform SimONet for wireless data collection and transfer.
You can find complete measures of our company related to coronavirus outbreak on our website http://www.zat.cz/cz/Opatreni-tykajici-se-sireni-Covid-19.htm