Zyloware Announces Temporary Closure of Corporate Facilities Due to COVID-19

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NEW YORK—Zyloware has announced a voluntary and temporary closure of its corporate facilities due to COVID-19. The closure will begin at the end of business on Thursday, March 19 and have a projected reopen date of Monday, April 6. Zyloware said this decision will give its employees the ability to stay home and self-quarantine, as Zyloware’s corporate offices and distribution center are both located in the New York tri-state area, where the virus continues to unfold. In a press release, the company said, "As a 97-year old family legacy business, one of our main core beliefs is 'family first.'...We are increasingly concerned about the health, safety and well-being of our employees."

Ahead of the March 19 closure, the Zyloware team will work full time to replenish all orders. In addition, they will offer extended billing for orders placed over the next two days. Finally, Zyloware plans to ship out any orders made after Thursday, March 19 on April 6—please reach out to account managers regarding new orders that need to be processed before Thursday.

In a press release, Zyloware wrote, “Please know how much we at Zyloware value our relationship with you. We look forward to getting past this situation and back to our Mission of providing you with eyewear product excellence as well as an extraordinary experience. In the meantime, please be sure to stay safe and remain healthy.”

Account managers will be reachable via email throughout the closure, as weill James Shyer, co-CEO/COO, at jshyer@zyloware.com.