Supporting Critical UK Infrastructure Services

Posted: 3 April 2020 in Company News

Supporting Critical UK Infrastructure Services

ARC remains open for business, while many other organisations are being forced to temporarily close their doors, in order to strictly adhere to current government safety guidelines.

We want to be totally transparent, in respect of the reasons we remain operational in these very challenging times for the UK business community.

ARC’s Head of Sales and Marketing (UK and Europe) – Darren Moorhouse – has been working directly, with our UK Critical Infrastructure Services clients, to ensure their immediate and on-going business requirements are sustained and more importantly, the appropriate safety and well-being measures are being applied to protect all our employees and those of our clients. 

‘I am very conscious that many of the client services we provide are necessary in maintaining the integrity of Critical Infrastructure Functionality, in the UK, and we have an obligation to fulfil and maintain those services, to the highest possible standard, at all times – especially during this most challenging and unchartered situation we are all currently experiencing.

In addition to specific and unspecifiable UK infrastructure projects; we have also recently been deluged with requests for Informational Safety and Social Distancing Materials to ensure the necessary compliance for vital construction sector projects, within the UK.

We are working, within our capacity, to ensure all orders are successfully fulfilled on time, whilst being acutely conscious of the safety and well-being of our team and also the people to whom we are delivering these vital services and materials.

Please be assured we are doing all we can to help, during this national crisis, and all reasonable requests will be fulfilled and met with our usual levels of enthusiasm and professionalism.

I particularly wish to thank our amazing team of professionals and our wonderful clients – both existing and new – for supporting the work we do and understanding why we must continue to provide vital services, which indirectly save lives’.