As the nation continues to see more cases of COVID-19, Indiana's governor issued several executive orders on March 23, many of which impact how MTI can conduct business over the next few weeks.
Find a letter below from MTI President and CEO Dan Adams to learn what this means for our operations:
Dear MTI Customers:
To help stop the spread of COVID-19, the Governor of Indiana has issued a stay-at-home order, which mandates the closure of the state’s non-essential businesses from March 25 to April 7.
As a result, MTI’s global headquarters on Washington Street and our Manufacturing Services building on Sheridan Street will be shut down during this two-week time period.
To comply with the governor’s executive order and in the interest of our team’s health and safety, we have asked our employees to stay home during this period.
Many of our employees are equipped to work from home, so even though we are not physically in our buildings, you can be assured projects will keep moving as we navigate through these uncertain times together.
Earlier this month, we heavily restricted travel and visitors into our buildings until at least April 17. We remain hopeful we can resume seeing our valued customers and suppliers on that date.
We are entering uncharted territory, but we are confident, with the use of ingenuity and technology, we can continue to exceed your expectations while operating remotely.
I want to thank you for your support and understanding, and I sincerely hope you and your family stay safe and healthy.
Daniel C Adams
President and CEO