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Fri Mar 27 2020
(Oslo, 27 March 2020) Gelato today announces that the world's most resilient value chain for distributing print material will be made available for everyone.
”Gelato was built to enable cost-efficient and environmentally friendly local printing and production to global companies. The COVID-19 outbreak has shown to all of us the importance of local production and resilient supply chains. Right now, many products are confined to the domestic market in which they were produced. Country borders have been closed and supply chains shut down.
On the other hand - for companies with global operations, it has never been more important to effectively share information. Such as, making sure that guidelines, related to employees and customers safety and wellbeing, are distributed effectively across the world.
“Under these challenging circumstances that affect all of us Gelato has decided to give everyone free access to our network. This will enable companies with global operations to share critical information with immediate effect,” says Henrik Müller-Hansen, CEO of Gelato.
Gelato’s software connects high quality printer partners into one global network of printers. Local production is possible in 30 countries and 5 Billion people. So far, the majority of our delivery services are unaffected by the international transportation restrictions.
“By producing locally, we also empower the local community. Printing is done locally on-demand. The printed material is not transported across borders and the world.”
Gelato´s global print network will remain open for ad-hoc orders until further notice.
About Gelato | www.gelato.com
Gelato is the world’s most cost-efficient and environmentally friendly printer for global companies that want to print locally around the world. Gelato can today deliver printed materials to more than 6 billion people in over 100 countries. The company is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with offices in Stockholm, London, Boston, Moscow, Tokyo, Mumbai, São Paulo, Santiago, Shanghai and Tallinn.
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