Keller ASEAN’s priority during this difficult period is to keep our employees and communities safe and to do our part to contain the transmissions of the COVID-19 virus. We can do that by complying with the government’s directives in the countries where we operate. 

We also need to ensure business continuity to the extent possible under these challenging circumstances, positioning ourselves stronger for a better tomorrow, and we can do that by enabling employees to work from home, wherever possible. 

As such, the following are some of the key changes that Keller ASEAN are enforcing:

Keller Malaysia

  • Keller Malaysia has paused all site operations under Malaysia’s Movement Control Order until 12 May.
  • Employees undertaking non-operational work that can be done remotely through telecommuting continue to support the business by working at home, adhering to health and safety measures recommended by the government.
  • Learn more about Malaysia’s Movement Control Order here.
  • Learn more about the current COVID-19 situation in Malaysia here.

Keller Singapore

  • Keller Singapore has paused all site operations from 7 April to 1 June under the guidelines of Singapore government’s Circuit Breaker Policy.
  • Employees undertaking non-operational work that can be done remotely through telecommuting continue to support the business by working at home, adhering to health and safety measures recommended by the government.
  • Learn more about Singapore’s Circuit Breaker Policy here.
  • Learn more about the current COVID-19 situation in Singapore here.

Keller Franki Indonesia

  • Keller Franki Indonesia, with office based in Jakarta, has paused all operations as per Indonesian government’s PSBB (Pembatasan Sosial Berskala Besar/Large-scale Social Restrictions) policies from 10 April to 22 May tentatively.
  • Employees undertaking non-operational work that can be done remotely through telecommuting continue to support the business by working at home, adhering to health and safety measures recommended by the government.
  • Learn more about Indonesia’s Large-scale Social Restrictions here.
  • Learn more about the current COVID-19 situation in Indonesia here.

Keller ASEAN would like to emphasize that our current priority is to safeguard our people, customers and partners and to take proactive measures to help reduce the spread of infection in our region. We have a COVID-19 committee that is dedicated to monitor the situation and help our businesses adapt to the changes.

We would like to extend our gratitude to our employees, suppliers and customers for their support and to assure you that we are taking the necessary precautions and safety measures as advised by local governments. This page will be updated with key information should there be further development in our region’s COVID-19 situation.

For further enquiries, contact us.

To read about Keller Group’s COVID-19 response, click here.

Published on
13 Apr 2020