PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST IS OUR NORMAL COURSE OF BUSINESS.
When things aren’t business as usual, we’re here to navigate challenging and unprecedented times with you – together.
Holman Parts Distribution is considered an essential business and we are fully operational. We have executed our planned business continuity procedures, including mobile workstations and flexible shifts, to support your business needs while taking all measures to keep our communities safe and healthy.
On a daily basis, we’re engaging with our shared supplier network to identify any possible service disruptions. We will update this page with the latest information.
Holman Parts Update
The health, safety, and well-being of our employees, our clients, and your business remain our top priority as we continue to monitor the coronavirus / COVID-19 outbreak closely.
In addition to following prevention guidelines from authorities such as the World Health Organization (WHO), we’ve implemented Holman Enterprises’ business continuity plans to provide you with uninterrupted service.
We are also working closely with our shared supplier network, and, at this time, none of our vendors are reporting current or expected business interruption.
As news surrounding the outbreak is evolving every day, Holman will continue to monitor and provide updates as soon as they become available.
Everyone should follow the guidelines published by the World Health Organization and US Center for Disease Control to limit the spread of coronavirus and COVID-19. In addition to those recommendations, we strongly encourage drivers to take these additional precautions:
- Wash your hands. Drivers should wash their hands for 20 seconds with soap and water every time they stop and exit the vehicle. If soap and water is not available, they can use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Disinfect your vehicle. Drivers should disinfect their vehicles by wiping them down with soap and water or a cleaning solution made specifically for vehicles. Do not use bleach or alcohol-based cleaners on leather surfaces, and be careful of getting water or other liquid near electronics. Drivers should wear disposable gloves when disinfecting, and discard them after each use. They should also pay extra attention to parts of the vehicle that are touched frequently: steering wheels, control knobs, door handles, seat belts, and keys.
- Keep your vehicle neat. Drivers can limit the spread of the coronavirus by limiting the number of items they bring in and out of their vehicles. These items should be cleaned and disinfected, and drivers should wash their hands after doing so.