It's a challenging time
Monday, March 30, 2020
It’s a challenging time. The world is facing unprecedented circumstances having to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s impacting all of us in our daily work and life and in our economies.
Our priorities lie in protecting the health and safety of our teams and to keep servicing our customers the best we can in each of the markets where we operate. Athlon has taken the necessary steps to ensure that our employees continue to carry out our activities through full digital remote working. I am very proud of the whole Athlon team and the way they adjust to these extraordinary circumstances.
Your trusted contact person and the entire Athlon team are just a click, a mail or a phone call away. I would like to also invite you to check the Athlon website of your country for the latest updates and FAQ’s.
A big thank you as well to all of our partners and suppliers who are contributing to keeping our business running.
We will reassess the situation continuously and, of course, support the calls of the Federal Governments and the countries.
Together we will get through this.
Gero Goetzenberger – CEO Athlon International
Arval and Athlon sign agreement to transfer the full service leasing fleet of Athlon in Switzerland
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