Reborn Clothing Co. is implementing measures to mitigate risk and minimize the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, so its partners can feel as comfortable as possible during this time.
Reborn is a domestic manufacturer, and is taking precautions to ensure that its facilities remain sanitary and that its employees are in good health.
“This is a difficult situation for not only our business, but for all of our clients as we seek to navigate the uncertainty of the COVID-19 outbreak,” Reborn Founder and CEO Emily Neville said. “We understand the difficulties your organization is facing and are prepared to work toward mutually beneficial contracts to make sure you face minimal delays and interruptions to your normal operations.”
Reborn’s goal is always to serve its clients as best as possible, so the Reborn team is taking steps to ensure that deliveries remain timely and that its supply chain is not disrupted while developing summer and fall orders, including increasing “flexibility from Reborn for ship dates, financing, MOQs, and customization,” according to Neville.
“We’re here to help you through this, and together, I believe 2020 can be the prosperous year we all want to see,” Neville said.