Coronavirus: TK Maxx resumes online operations & Net-a-Porter prepares

Yoox Net-A-Porter Group has donated care packages to NHS staff on the front line of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.In total, 2,200 essential items have been gathered for The Intensive Care Society (ICS) by the Group and its brand partners.
Essential items donated by the group include t-shirts, pyjamas, socks & underwear.
// TK maxx reopens online operations with a daily order limit to maintain social distancing among employees
// Net-a-Porter prepares to re-open its online business after temporarily closing UK distribution centre

TK Maxx has resumed its online operations with a daily order limit to protect its warehouse workers during the coronavirus crisis.

Once the limit is reached customers will only be able to browse but not buy items on the site for the rest of that day.

TK Maxx has also provided workers with equipment to stay safe while at work, implementing social distancing measures and enhanced cleaning of its facilities.

READ MORE: Coronavirus: TK Maxx & Homesense Foundation creates £1.7m fund

Meanwhile, Net-a-Porter is preparing to reopen its online operations, Drapers reported.

The luxury online retailer temporarily closed its only UK distribution centre in London back in March in a bid to protect its staff from the coronavirus pandemic.

The retailer has since resumed taking orders on its UK site but warned shoppers that no items would be shipped until it reopened its London warehouse.

Drapers reported that the retailer is currently testing new health and safety measures with a small number of volunteers at the UK distribution centre.

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  1. Tk max needs to get some professional’ s to edit there sight. One minute they are open 6 seconds later it drops , What do they think people have time to wait for them they are absolutely useless


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