Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update  25 March 2020

ASL is open for business and accepting orders and deliveries. As a main supplier to many key sectors worldwide, we will continue to accept orders and deliveries and deliver products, systems and services as required, subject to changing government advice.

Most of our staff are working from home and we are operating with minimum staff in our offices and warehouse to keep the supply chain open and to continue with the delivery of our products and systems.

We are answering our telephones. Project and Technical Support Services are operating as normal.   Our Site Engineers will continue to operate to maintain essential services subject to government restrictions.

We hold good stock of all of our products in the UK and are able to deliver.  If you are closing your offices or are unable to accept our deliveries, or unable to deliver to us, please let us know as soon as possible.

We are constantly reviewing our plans to deal with the changing situation and will communicate with our staff, customers and supply chain on a regular basis.

We thank all our staff, customers and suppliers for their help and support in these difficult times and hope they and their families keep well.

If you have any queries please contact us at, or on 01273 405411


Sousan Azimrayat on behalf of ASL (Director)


Coronavirus (COVID-19)  20 March 2020

We are all aware of the increasing impact that the Coronavirus pandemic is having on our daily lives. Our priority is to protect all of our staff and to continue to service the needs of our customers and suppliers.

At ASL we are continually reviewing our plans to deal with the changing situation. For the present our offices remain open and our phones will be answered as usual. We are encouraging our staff to make alternative arrangements to face to face meetings wherever possible.

Our services are not currently affected by COVID 19:

We are not aware that any members of our staff have contracted, or are suspected of contracting, the Coronavirus. Nor do we have any members of staff who have recently returned from severely impacted countries. We have asked all staff to be mindful of the situation and to self-isolate if they, or those they are living with or have been in contact with, are displaying symptoms of the virus.


Sousan Azimrayat on behalf of ASL (Director)