Update: the TGP Group and the coronavirus crisis

The COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, but TGP is prepared for the challenging task ahead. The Group remains strongly committed to mitigating potential disruptions to customers’ projects and supply chains.

At this time, TGP will continue to operate without restrictions but with added prevention measures. The Group is following the coronavirus situation closely and working to minimise the negative impact on clients. Where disruptions occur, TGP teams are working together with carriers to find alternatives, ensuring customers are able to complete their business.

The health and safety of all TGP personnel continues to be the company’s highest priority. The Group follows the guidance provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) and national authorities such as Ministries of Foreign Affairs and National Health Authorities in the countries where TGP is operating.

Overall, operations continue to run smoothly despite COVID-19; office teams in high-risk areas are all working remotely and are available via the usual web and mobile channels, ensuring both social distancing and business continuity.

CEO Colin Charnock: “We are prepared for the challenges ahead and aim to maintain operations as close to normal as possible. We remain strongly committed to finding solutions to minimise disruptions to our clients’ projects while ensuring the safety of our employees. Personally, I would like to offer a heartfelt thank you to our teams and business partners for their unwavering support. Without them, this continued service would not be possible.”

TGP’s Executive Crisis Management Team oversee all activities during this critical time, ensuring the entire Group is aligned and clients remain informed.