Cisco Order Delays: Factories In Wuhan – Notification

Daisy Corporate Services has a number of vendors with factories in Wuhan, China and we are aware that deliveries on some of our customer orders may be affected.

Cisco has provided the below notification in relation to any orders that might be delayed as a result of their factory closures in Wuhan, China. They have also provided a useful FAQ guide.

Please contact your Daisy Corporate Services account manager or service delivery manager in the first instance should you have any concerns regarding current deliveries.

Statement from Cisco

Cisco has been actively monitoring the situation in China regarding Coronavirus and the efforts to control its spread. As you’re likely aware, the Chinese Government extended the Lunar New Year holiday nationally through February 3, with many provincial and city authorities enacting further extensions and various travel restrictions across the country. In order to comply with official guidance and to protect our workforce, Cisco manufacturing operations in mainland China will not resume until the week of February 10. As a result, we rescheduled commit dates for impacted orders and updated lead times on new orders for select product families manufactured in region. All committed dates now reflect the current situation.

Please be assured that Cisco’s top priority is the satisfaction and support of our customers and stakeholders. We have well-established processes to coordinate our efforts during outbreaks like the Coronavirus, including our Global Business Resiliency (GBR) and Supply Chain Incident Management (SCIM) programs. We will continue to monitor the situation and assess opportunities to minimise further impact.

We thank you for your understanding as we navigate this situation.

Daisy Corporate Services will communicate any further updates if and when received.