Dutch builders embrace remote working as coronavirus crisis deepens

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As the coronavirus tightened its grip on the Netherlands, workers at Dutch yacht-builders have begun working remotely from home. And those who cannot work remotely – such as painters, carpenters and electricians – are kept at a safe distance from one another even if that requires organising separate shifts.

IBI surveyed a number of Dutch superyacht builders – including Heesen, Van der Valk, Feadship, Oceanco and others – to see how they are coping with the Coronavirus on a day when the Netherlands recorded its biggest daily jump in confirmed infections: 278 new cases in the previous 24 hours, raising the total number to 1,413….

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