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We are all in this together

Tue, April 14, 2020

New Zealand is now halfway through our country’s initial Level 4 lockdown period and the COVID-19 virus is continuing to dominate the news cycle, and no doubt everyone’s personal and professional conversations. Here at Armourguard we are no different. We are all in this together.

At Armourguard, we are leaning on our core values: Performance, Responsibility, Innovation and Customer Focus. These values guide our thinking and decision-making, and we test all our actions against them, because they will continue to be our core values for generations to come.

We draw on 80 years of experience in New Zealand helping our customers navigate through their most urgent and challenging situations.

Armourguard exists to protect our customers businesses and the communities we all work in, and help them manage through the most complex of challenges. There is no single formula for doing this, and the COVID-19 threat is unprecedented.

In a crisis, our customers and suppliers are not just arm’s length economic partners; they are flesh-and-blood communities facing the same issues as us. The solutions that keep us resilient are often found with our partners.  I want to thank all our partners who have and continue to work with us as we journey further into unprecedented times and challenges. 

Two things we know about crises from our experience: they are all different, and they all end. How they end for any business depends on the speed and quality of collective crisis management. We are all in this together.

Finally, a huge and extremely proud shout out to our One Armourguard whānau who are on the frontline every day and night providing essential services to New Zealand businesses and the public.

Whether it is keeping other essential service workers and public safe in hospitals, banks, aged care facilities, government departments and local body sites, COVID-19 community testing centres or ensuring New Zealanders have access to cash through our Banks extensive ATM networks and keeping the cash economy in New Zealand moving, our courageous and committed men and woman are there for the people of Aotearoa.

We are all in this together.