Fine Art Shippers Press Release
The New York City-based fine art shipping company Fine Art Shippers is continuing to operate during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. While the process of shipping and delivering art has become much more challenging due to canceled flights and massive shutdowns, the company tries to keep all operations as seamless and uninterrupted as possible in these difficult times. Fine Art Shippers carefully monitors the situation and critically assesses all information to make appropriate decisions and to ensure the safety of the employees, clients, and partners.
The new coronavirus (COVID-19) has already reached over 150 countries on five continents, greatly affecting thousands of lives and economic activity on a global scale. Entire countries have been placed under quarantine in an attempt to slow the spread of the devastating disease. Millions of people stay at home while numerous businesses are closing their doors in this difficult time. This is particularly true for art shipping companies, many of which have shut down for an indefinite period.
In today’s harsh reality, the demand for art logistics services has decreased significantly, but it is still sufficient. Since most auction houses, galleries, and dealers continue to operate online, there are people who need art shipping services to get their new acquisitions home. Artists also require professional help to pick up and deliver their works safely and securely. Fine Art Shippers is one of a few art logistics companies continuing to serve the art community during the coronavirus outbreak. The company is open for business while doing everything possible to guarantee the health and safety of their clients, staff, and partners.
“At Fine Art Shippers, we continue to provide our services, trying to help and assist all of our clients as much as possible in these difficult times. We do our best to accommodate all of their needs, working around-the-clock to safely pack, crate, ship, and deliver fine art to their destination,” Fine Art Shippers said.
The company follows all the advice given by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and government authorities to protect the employees from the risk of infection and slow the spread of the coronavirus. Fine Art Shippers is implementing all necessary precautions and a business continuity plan that will allow the company to deliver their services efficiently and support their clients during the coronavirus outbreak as much as possible. As the situation evolves, Fine Art Shippers will continue to meet and respond to the challenges.
Visit https://fineartshippers.com/ for more information about Fine Art Shippers services and the company’s operation during the coronavirus outbreak.