Our customers say...

Thank you soo much for the quickness in getting our quote, response, invoice, verfication of our order and then the finished product in a week!  As our singlets have arrived yesterday!  We appreciate the Awesome work you have done for our summer basket-ball team!  Our last singlets we had took nearly 2wks and that was just for the screen printing!  Over-all I'll recommend The Uniform Factory to anyone who needs sports uniforms, or any work done for promotional purposes, we are very happy with the service we have received!  Great Work guys, and Thanks heaps!


Regards, Rochelle

 

Business as Usual - Level 2

 

Current Status:

Customer Service & Sales:    Operating Normally

Production & Warehousing:  Operating Normally with staff safeguards in place


 

Important Information

The New Zealand Government has announced that the country wide lockdown is reducing to level 2 at midnight 13th May 2020.

Customer Service & Order Processing

Customer services will continue to be available throughout the shutdown period to assist with any enquiries or process orders.  Our production schedule is filling up for post lockdown so get any urgent ordres in now to secure a spot for when things start rolling again.

Production

Production is back online during lockdown level 2, including warehousing activities.  As operational activities are effected by new physical distancing and other staff safeguarding measures, we may experience some delays.
 

Freight

Freight around New Zealand are still operating.  Couriers are now contactless deliveries so check out their service info if unsure.


Other Information:

New Zealand Government official COVID-19 website: https://covid19.govt.nz/

Ministry of Health website: https://www.health.govt.nz/

World Health Organisation website: https://www.who.int/

 

New Zealand Government advice:

 
New Zealand is currently at Alert Level : Reduce
The disease is contained, but the risk of community transmission remains.
 
Level 2 means:
  • Risk assessment
  • Household transmission could be occurring.
  • Single or isolated cluster outbreaks.
  • Range of measures that can be applied locally or nationally
  • People can reconnect with friends and family, and socialise in groups of up to 10, go shopping, or travel domestically, if following public health guidance.
  • Keep physical distancing of two metres from people you don’t know when out in public or in retail stores. Keep one metre physical distancing in controlled environments like workplaces, where practicable.
  • No more than 10 people at gatherings (to be reviewed 25 May), except funerals and tangihanga, which can have a maximum of 50 people if registered with Ministry of Health.
  • Businesses can open to the public if following public health guidance including physical distancing and record keeping. Alternative ways of working are encouraged where possible.
  • Hospitality businesses must keep groups of customers separated, seated, and served by a single person. Until 21 May alcohol can only be served when purchasing a meal. Maximum of 100 people at a time.
  • Sport and recreation activities are allowed, subject to conditions on gatherings, record keeping, and – where practical – physical distancing.
  • Public venues such as museums, libraries and pools can open if they comply with public health measures and ensure 1 metre physical distancing and record keeping.
  • Event facilities, including cinemas, stadiums, concert venues and casinos have a limit of 100 customers in each workplace at any time, with 1 metre physical distancing and record keeping.
  • Health and disability care services operate as normally as possible.
  • It is safe to send your children to schools, early learning services and tertiary education. There will be appropriate measures in place.
  • People at higher-risk of severe illness from COVID-19 (e.g. those with underlying medical conditions, especially if not well-controlled, and seniors) are encouraged to take additional precautions when leaving home. They may work, if they agree with their employer that they can do so safely.
 
We can all slow the spread of COVID-19
  • washing hands for at least 20 seconds with water and soap, then dry
  • coughs or sneeze into your elbow or cover with tissues
  • clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects such as doorknobs
  • don't touch your eyes, nose and mouth if your hands are not clean
  • put used tissues in the bin immediately
  • stay home if you feel unwell
People with symptoms of acute respiratory infection should practice good cough etiquette (maintain distance, cover coughs and sneezes with disposable tissues, and wash hands). If you have concerns, you can contact the dedicated COVID-19 Healthline for free on 0800 358 5453.