UPDATE: 5th August 2020
Normal operation during lockdown
We hope you are safe and well during these unusual and uncertain circumstances.
AES’ Victorian operations will continue to operate during the Stage 4 restriction period. We have taken steps to ensure we are able to process and dispatch orders as per normal while complying with restriction rules. We assure you that we will also continue to provide our normal levels of customer service during this time.
You can view our CovidSafe Policy here.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us on +61 3 9464 2300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: 8th July 2020
Dear valued customer,
Just to let you know during these ever-changing times, we’re still here, and we’re still actively taking steps against the transmission of Covid-19.
Your safety is our priority.
A MESSAGE FROM OUR MD
Firstly, we hope you are continuing to stay safe and healthy.
Here at AES we’re committed to supporting everyone at this unprecedented time and therefore remain open and operating business as usual. We continue to take the necessary steps to maximise the safety of our staff and visitors and to ensure that we will continue to provide the exceptional service that our clients are accustomed to with as minimal interruptions as possible.
We have increased our preventative measures in-line with the government guidance campaign ‘Help stop the spread and stay healthy’. All employees continue to follow good hygiene practices currently recommended by health professionals including frequent hand washing, covering up of coughs and sneezes and ‘social distancing’ as these are the most efficient ways to help reduce the spread.
We are aware that this is a changing situation and if you do have any questions about your orders, servicing requirements or hire equipment then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your local AES office, (03) 9464 2300 or at email@example.com
Remember, we are here to help!
More information on the Coronavirus and what preventative measures to take can be found on the www.health.gov.au or WHO websites.