EPD Update Regarding Impact of COVID-19

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March 27, 2020

Dear Electronic Power Design Partners,

On March 20, 2020 Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued a stay-at-home executive order for the State of Texas which effectively closes all non-essential businesses.

EPD’s manufacturing, distribution, service and repair – meet the criteria for critical infrastructure defined by the federal government. Because we provide parts and repair services for critical infrastructure, including electrical distribution and secure power, enable life-sustaining support in hospitals, healthcare facilities, water and wastewater plants, data centers, grocery stores and industry, we are considered exempt from the business closure mandates. Rest assured that our production is still up and running, our logistics and supply chain are functioning and our business is fully operational to support our partners and the efforts to combat COVID-19.

To increase the safety and well-being of our employees as they work through this challenging situation, we have taken precautionary steps including increased frequency of cleaning and extra social distancing policies at the workplace. Where possible, EPD employees are working remotely to mitigate the risk of community spread but are still available to help and support. Our website submission form is the best way to contact EPD personnel should you need any assistance or information.

We are actively monitoring the situation and will communicate any changes along the way.

Be safe,

John Janik


Electronic Power Design