March 17, 2020

COVID-19 Update From Lindberg/MPH

Dear Valued TPS Customers,

TPS is closely monitoring developments with respect to COVID-19, including information and guidance published by healthcare authorities around the globe. We are closely monitoring the guidance from State and Federal government offices as well from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for the entire United States and specifically in all of the locations where we currently manufacture and service our products.  Additionally, we are also staying updated on conditions for our global locations as well.    

COVID-19 has not impacted TPS’s ability to deliver any products or services at this time from any of our locations.  If we have any additional updates, we will notify you immediately.   

I want to take this time to sincerely thank you for your business and giving us the opportunity to work with you.  We are currently facing some challenging times, but we are focused on supporting you in the coming days, weeks, and into the future.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Greg Jennings
President and CEO

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