Jul. 6, 2020
We express our sincere condolences to the people who have lost loved ones to COVID-19. We also wish a speedy and full recovery to all those who are currently infected by the virus. We extend our sincere appreciation to those who are making their utmost efforts to prevent infections from spreading.
Komatsu group places top priority on the safety and health of our customers and suppliers, residents of local communities, and employees and their families. Komatsu works to prevent coronavirus infections from spreading, based on the policies of the governments of host countries where Komatsu conducts business. Its construction, mining and utility equipment, forest machines and industrial machinery are needed by customers engaging in essential businesses to support critical social infrastructure. For Komatsu to fulfill its responsibilities to customers, it will continue to supply products, parts and service after implementing thorough countermeasures against infections.
In Japan, we are ensuring infection-preventive measures based on the requests and guidelines of the respective municipal governments. Employees, who are not directly involved in production at plants, take advantage of teleworking. Concerning the employees directly involved in production at plants, we are taking infection-preventive measures (fever checks, no use of public transportation, and the avoidance of crowded places, such as locker rooms) before starting work.
With respect to the effects of the expanding infections of Coronavirus and the conditions of Komatsu Group companies in Japan and elsewhere, we will continue to update this information into the future.
[Effects of Coronavirus pandemic on our business]
Concerning the effects on production, sales and business results as affected by the regulations based on the policies of related governments in the world, we provide information in the following news releases.
> June 03, 2020: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Effects on Komatsu Group’s Business (5)
> May 18, 2020: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Effects on Komatsu Group’s Business (4)
> April 21, 2020: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Effects on Komatsu Group’s Business (3)
> April 09, 2020: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Effects on Komatsu Group’s Business (2)
> March 25, 2020: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Effects on Komatsu Group’s Business (1)
[Komatsu Group’s efforts]
> July 06, 2020: Komatsu Group's Support for Countermeasures Against Coronavirus Infections (2)
> April 30, 2020 Komatsu Group's Support for Countermeasures Against Coronavirus Infections
[Conditions of Komatsu Group companies in Japan]
･Komatsu-no-Mori reopens. (June 18 update)
Komatsu-no-Mori is going to resume operations on June 19 (Friday).
Admission to indoor facilities may be controlled, depending on the conditions of crowdedness.
(Indoor facilities: Waku-waku Komatsu Pavilion, Waku-waku Komatsu Pavilion 2, Observation Pavilion of Living Things)
Please be advised that group tours remain closed.
*The information described is at the time of presentation and may be subject to advance notice.