News and Updates

We at Ronsor Engineering wish everyone a Happy Lunar New Year!

With all the COVID measures in place, this year's Lunar New Year will be very different from the recent years.

Nonetheless, whether you are celebrating it remotely, physically, or just enjoying the holiday, we would like to wish everyone a Prosperous Year of the Ox to come. May the new year bring good luck and abundance to all of us.

 

Year 2020 has brought about many changes and seen many companies quickly going digital to maintain business communications and workflow during the circuit breaker and subsequent phased openings. This digital transformation is on top of additional implementations such as temperature taking and personnel movement monitoring initiated by the Singapore Government to ensure our country remains safe.


As the year comes to an end and Singapore enters phase 3 of re-opening, we hope things will get better for all of us in the coming year.


We'd also like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

 

In recent months, the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected business and individuals alike. In times like this, we are proud to mention that our principles have been handling this unprecedented event very well and we are kept abreast of their situation. We are also keeping a close watch on the situation locally and will do what we can to help one another get through this.

The Singapore government has announced Circuit Breaker measures from 7 April to 4 May.

During this period, we have obtained an exemption from suspension of workplace activities and are continuing to provide our services to our customers in essential services. However, our office hours during this period will be from 9am to 4pm instead of the usual.

APRIL UPDATE: Circuit Breaker has been extended to 1 June 2020.

JUNE UPDATE: The Circuit Breaker has ended and Singapore is heading into a phased opening. We will be trying to minimize physical meetings and using video conferencing software as much as possible in line with the safety measures provided by the Singapore Government.