‘Remote start-up support’ helps InFocus™ online platform Customers maintain safety and business continuity
Online platform provides Customers with enhanced technical support and collaboration during a time of operational restrictions.
Without interruption and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, ExxonMobil Catalysts and Licensing experts continue to collaborate with certain Customers by means of the InFocus™ online platform to enhance ongoing plant operations. Due to the pandemic, ExxonMobil personnel may not be able to attend on-site planned catalyst change-outs and subsequent plant start-ups to help Customers ensure that everything goes to plan and instantaneous adjustments are made.
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Our Coronavirus response
ExxonMobil is working to help meet the needs of health care professionals fighting this pandemic on the front lines, as well as those socially distancing themselves at home. While those needs continue to evolve, the company remains focused on working to meet global energy demand.
A new collaboration to fight COVID-19
When it comes to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, it doesn’t matter the size of the company. Everyone has a role to play. For ExxonMobil – one of the world’s largest producers of isopropyl alcohol (IPA), a key ingredient in medical hand sanitizer – it means getting the product to where it’s needed most.
Helping doctors and nurses breathe safely
An ExxonMobil team of experts in chemicals, materials science and manufacturing is offering their experience to help a collaborative effort organized by the Global Center for Medical Innovation. By quickly connecting its customers to solution providers, ExxonMobil helped create a new supply chain to respond to the medical needs in hospitals across the country.
Producing solutions for frontline professionals
ExxonMobil is maximizing its production of the high-performance polymers used to make face masks, surgical gowns and other critical medical supplies for those treating patients with COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus. The company’s plants around the world manufacture the building blocks for plastics, like polypropylene and polyethylene.