Coronavirus Info Center
News & Resources to Support Your Supply Chain
Quick Information Center
The coronavirus outbreak is a constantly evolving situation, and The Quick Group is committed to staying in close communication with our customers during this health crisis. This page is designed to provide you with the latest information and answers to your questions regarding how the outbreak is impacting global shipments. We’re also including links to relevant information published by expert sources. If you have questions or need information that is not addressed on this page, please contact your local customer service office or your Quick/Sterling representative.
In the meantime, we remain focused on continuing to deliver the transportation solutions that meet your urgent shipping needs.
What to do after being vaccinated
9 Ways the Pandemic Will Change Travel in 2021
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson reimposed a national lockdown in England following a spike in new COVID-19 cases.
Please contact your local Customer Service Center, open 24/7, with any questions about your shipments.
Click here to access the latest list of border closings - updated daily
Safe Celebrations during the pandemic
Does weather affect the spread of the coronavirus outside?
Quick Specialty Logistics ebook
Three factors to help you make safer choices during COVID-19
COVID-19 State and Local Policy Dashboard
It’s flu season in the middle of a pandemic -- experts say it could be a “twindemic.” But how do you tell the difference?
Disaster preparedness is something that the Quick team is focused on especially during the pandemic.
When natural disasters strike, communication with family and friends can be difficult.
Aircraft Manufacturer Required Shipment of an Urgent Part for a Grounded Major Medical Operator for Medical Mission in Australia During COVID-19
Critical Part for an AOG Situation Needed for Australian Government Rescue Operation During COVID-19 Pandemic
Commuting to work: tips for reducing coronavirus risk
With so many masks to choose from, how do you select the one that's most effective against spreading COVID-19?
The TSA announced a recent exemption that passengers are allowed to bring hand sanitizer up to 12 oz in carry-on bags when flying.