Coronavirus (COVID-19) : Minimise the risk to your supply chain
As the global threat of coronavirus accelerates, our clients are assessing the impact of the outbreak on their supply chain. Coronavirus is a real threat and ensuring that telecommunications remain active and reliable is critical. Disruption to your supply chain can cause network downtime. Every minute your network is down, the lack of communication causes a huge human impact. Not to mention your company or clients losing money and business. We want to assure our customers that we have comprehensive continuity strategies and procedures in place to manage any unforeseen service delays and disruptions.
Immediate product availability
TXO holds the world’s largest inventory of second user and current catalogue telecoms equipment in our network of warehouses. This includes Europe’s largest stock of second user Huawei and ZTE kit. In addition, our product portfolio covers over 850 internationally recognised manufacturers including Nokia, Cisco, Juniper, Alcatel Lucent, Ericsson and more. We have over 800,000 parts in stock and immediately available.
Minimal impact to supply chain
In the case that we don’t have what you need in stock, we are industry leaders in sourcing hard to find and legacy telecoms equipment. While we do have valued partners in China and other locations where coronavirus has been reported, we are working closely with them to monitor the situation. We also have a wide global network of European and US sources meaning the impact to our supply chain is minimal.
Our global footprint makes it easy to move equipment from one country to another. Collaboration as one unit ensures efficiency and reduces complexity for our customers. We currently have no shipping delays out of any of our TXO operational facilities/countries. In fact, picking and shipping can be done on the same day upon request. Equipment can be shipped direct to site for deployment.
If you would like to speak with us about your supply chain, you can contact TXO in most time zones via our sites in the UK, France, Brazil, US and Australia, and of course online.
For more information on coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) please visit the World Health Organisation website.