BitFlow Confirms Coronavirus Will Not Delay Frame Grabber Shipments to Customers

 
WOBURN, MA, MARCH 4, 2020 — Responding to customer inquiries, BitFlow announced today that it does not expect to face delivery delays of its frame grabbers due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak originating in Wuhan, China.
BitFlow’s manufacturing facilities are located within the United States where the virus has not impacted production. The company is now actively managing it’s supply chain, adding domestic sources, and stocking long lead items to offset the effects of anticipated delays in the marketplace and meet global demand.
“In the best interests of our customers, BitFlow is monitoring the rapidly evolving outbreak and wants to reassure the professionals who depend on our products that we expect no manufacturing delays in the coming months,” said Jim Locke, Chief Financial Officer, BitFlow, Inc. “Our hearts go out to all those whose health, loved ones and communities have been affected by the coronavirus.”
As with the vast majority of global industries, machine vision has been put on edge by COVID-19. For example, Laser World of Photonics, scheduled to take place in Shanghai from March 18 to 20, has been postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak. The Chinese machine vision market that sprung up over the last decade is valued at approximately $1.1 billion dollars, or 11.0% of the global total, according to market research.