COVID-19

Webb Fontaine is committed to doing our utmost to ensure minimum disruption to client services aligned with our global policies and procedures.

As the COVID-19 concerns continue to evolve globally, we would like to reassure you that Webb Fontaine is committed to doing our utmost to ensure minimum disruption to client services aligned with our global policies and procedures. 

Our research, development (R&D) and support centers will remain operational to serve our customers across the world. We have taken proactive measures to ensure that our R&D and support centers follow office-based protocols while working remotely without compromising on service quality and the customer experience. We are using remotely the same tools and protocols that have constantly delivered high-quality services to our customers around the world.  

We remain fully committed to complete business continuity as the situation continues to evolve.

Here is our Project Manager – Salim Balaa discussing how our Maldives operation is able to continue delivering whilst working from home. 

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Ope Babalola, Managing Director – Webb Fontaine Nigeria: saying a few words to our staff and stakeholders across Nigeria.

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Mamoudou Diane, Director General Webb Fontaine Guinea: Updates around COVID-19

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Pascal Minvielle – Executive Director: Providing an insight into the latest WebbFontaine updates around COVID19.

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WCO and WTO join forces to minimize disruptions to cross-border trade in goods

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World Bank: Trade and COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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UNCTAD – Coronavirus: Let’s keep ships moving, ports open and cross-border trade flowing

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Alioune Ciss – Executive Director: Providing an insight into the latest Webb Fontaine updates around COVID-19.

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The Global Customs community mobilizes efforts to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic

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Basic protective measures against the new coronavirus

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A Message from the WCO Secretary General on the Coronavirus disease (COVID-2019)

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