We want to keep you updated about the current situation at hubergroup regarding the Coronavirus (Covid 19). Therefor we provide all relevant statements and informations on the next pages.

If you have any further questions you don’t find an answer on the following pages, you can write a mail to: crisis-management@hubergroup.com

Latest update – June 8, 2020:

Since in most countries the impact of the corona pandemic eases, we continue to keep our delivery reliability. In India our plants are open and we are running at high capacity. We were able to increase our stock to a level, where we are confident to be well prepared for upcoming events.

April 22, 2020

Statement concerning the current supply chain situation

In many European countries a slight recovery of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic is taking place. Other regions are still in a critical phase. The emergency plan will remain in force at all hubergroup locations until further notice in order to protect our employees and maintain delivery reliability.

The supply situation on the raw materials side remains tight. We continue to keep a very close eye on our supply chain and make intensive use of our global supplier network. We are also using our global presence to compensate for possible local bottlenecks.

We want to thank all our employees, customers and partners for their particularly high level of commitment in these special times.

March 25, 2020

Situation in India – after announced shutdown

The Indian government yesterday announced extensive measures to stop the spread of SARS-CoV-2. Public life shall be shut down for 21 days.

hubergroup operates major production plants in India. We immediately contacted the local authorities to draw attention to the importance of our products for packaging printing and the global supply of everyday consumer goods. The aim is to receive a certificate of exception and to resume production quickly.

Our global supply chain is designed in such a way that we are able to compensate several weeks of production loss of the Indian plants without an interruption in delivery to our customers. Nevertheless, we are preparing for alternative scenarios in this situation: these include increasing volumes with qualified alternative suppliers.

March 23, 2020, 7:30 pm

Detailed update regarding our location in Bolzano Vicentino, Italy

In addition to the previous measures taken against Corona virus pandemic, the Italian Government has now decided to stop all the non-essential production activities. The limitations will be effective from March 25th.

The essential industrial activities have been specified in a Decree-law published on March 22nd.

This group of industries, still allowed to produce, include all the supply chain for food, including packaging industry: it is the packaging that ensures that food and pharmaceutical products can be made available to the end consumer.

Our production facilities in Bolzano Vicentino are running smoothly and will keep in operation under the current conditions in the country.

A precise set of rules and precautions has been fixed by an agreement between Government and Unions for all the companies who are allowed to operate, aimed to preserve the health of the workers and contractors on site, under today conditions.

hubergroup Italia is applying those measures since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, protecting the health of its employees and safeguarding the service to the food supply chain.

hubergroup would like to thank all our staff who keep our business running despite all current challenges we have to face. We highly appreciate their great engagement.

We also want to say “Thank You” to all our partners. Only together we are strong and get through these difficult times.

March 23, 2020, 8:30 a.m.

hubergroup Italia is allowed to produce

Yesterday, on March 22, 2020, the Italian government has decided to shut down all industries that are not critical to supply the Italian citizens with important goods.

As hubergroup is part of food supply chain, our plant in Bolzano Vicentino is allowed to continue production. Hence this morning everything started as usual.

We will give you more information as soon as possible.