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Rogers Group: Open for Business


Tennessee-based Rogers Group communicated to its customers that it is fully operational. In a letter to its business partners, Darin Matson, president and chief executive officer, stated, "Rogers Group is pleased to announce that we are fully operational. We are executing our construction projects and producing and supplying materials from all aggregate facilities and asphalt plants.

"The health and safety of our employees, customers, vendors and communities is and always will be our top priority. During this time of concern, we are taking several precautionary steps to minimize staff contact while remaining accessible to all our partners. Temporarily we are limiting non-employee visits to our offices unless it is critical in nature and has been approved in advance by a site manager. In addition, our sales teams and other customer-centric employees will only be visiting customer offices upon their specific request. This is to insure we create a business environment that protects the health of our employees and business partners, while offering the service and support you have grown to expect from Rogers Group.

"The current events are fluid and changing daily, if not hourly. Our team members will continue to be in contact through a variety of means including phone, text, email, and video conferencing to keep you updated. However, as the situation evolves if you develop concerns or questions that may not have been addressed, I encourage you to reach out to your Rogers Group account representative. We also offer the option to monitor RGI Link and our website (www.rogersgroupinc.com) for updates regarding our operations.

"Thank you for your understanding and continued partnership during this unprecedented time. We believe the measures are prudent and in line with our top priority of protecting the safety and well-being of our employees, partners, vendors and communities. We are hopeful that you, your families and coworkers remain healthy and we all see a quick return to business as usual."