Statement on COVID-19 Coronavirus
We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. We will keep this page updated with our latest company information.
The safety of our employees and our customers is of the upmost importance to us. We understand that many of our customers work in life- and health-critical industries, and we are doing everything we can to stay ahead of the situation and avoid any potential disruptions to your operations.
At this time we are maintaining operations with increased precautions to ensure the safety of our staff and customers.
- Visitors will only be permitted under extenuating circumstances. All visitors must fill out a health screening questionnaire to be granted admittance into the building.
- No visitors will be permitted in the molding area or warehouse.
- Increased sanitation stations have been added throughout the building.
- Scheduled employee business travel has been postponed.
- Employees with the capacity to do so are being permitted to work from home.
Molding Operations and Material characterizations
All projects are running on schedule. If any delays do occur due to unforeseen circumstances including delivery driver availability or area closures, we will do our best to keep you notified.
Autodesk Moldflow Simulation from Beaumont development
All of our Autodesk Moldflow Simulation Analysts will have the resources and equipment they need to work from home in the event of an office closure. We do not anticipate any disruptions in service, and are here to assist you if your teams need to outsource additional work at this time. Our Moldflow Software team is also operating as usual for sales and support.
education and training from Beaumont's aim institute
• We have added online sessions of our Autodesk Moldflow Insight courses. Learn more
• We have added online Plastics Bootcamp and Flow Grouping courses. Learn More
• All students affected by rescheduled courses will be contacted directly by an AIM representative.