Boyer Steel, Inc.
Groesbeck Commerce Park
26532 Groesbeck Highway
Warren, MI. 48089
November 16, 2020
As Michigan and other states continue to adjust to COVID 19 protocols, we wanted to update our customers and suppliers about our adaptations.
We have minimized COVID-19’s impact on operations at our facility. Office positions that are able to have been moved to working remotely. Warehouse workers and some office staff continue to work from our Warren facility with strict hygiene and social distancing procedures. Our procedures for employees and customers who enter our building are outlined in our March letter that can be found below. These policies have allowed us to continue to timely receive material and fill orders while
keeping the safety of our employees and customers our top priority.
We receive most of our material from domestic mills and suppliers, but also work with importers for some of our material. Our supply chain has not been substantially affected by COVID 19.
We have been able to continue our operations with adjustments as of now. Should the situation continue to escalate we will modify our procedures as needed. We have put our employees’ health and safety at the forefront of all plans. Our employees are cross-trained to work multiple positions in case of a staffing shortage. We also have a relationship with local staffing agencies to employ temporary workers on short notice. We have a large inventory and multiple sources for incoming stock as needed.
We are confident that we will be able to continue to provide material for all customers.
March 24, 2020
Dear Valued Customers & Suppliers
Boyer Steel will remain open during the COVID-19 virus outbreak. We will continue to provide timely deliveries to our customers.
First and foremost, our highest priority is the wellbeing of our employees, customers, families, and the community. Boyer Steel has developed a number of procedures to ensure the safety of everyone involved with Boyer Steel.
- Remote working for the majority of office staff
- Social distancing requirements for warehouse personnel
- Hand washing using the proper technique (20 second minimum)
- Frequent disinfecting of surfaces
- Updated sick time policy
- Frequent communication with local government and health services to maintain best practices
Per the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Boyer Steel falls under the following classification:
Critical Manufacturing Sector
Primary Metal Manufacturing
Over the next weeks or months as we endure the challenges of today’s world, we encourage everyone to take care and stay safe.
Michael Desmond Richard Paielli
Vice President President