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Hurricane Harvey and Parkline Delaney Road, Hitchcock Texas Operations Update

Update Sept 13, 2017

Our focus remains on the safety of people and the on-time delivery of your projects.    Our business operation was spared from damage.   As you know, many other businesses were not as fortunate and our thoughts are with them.   All our suppliers expect to be back to full operations by the end of this week.   On Sept 7th, the Texas Department of Transportation cleared the first large load shipment outbound from our site.   Shipping routes remain subject to review and change.  We will continue to monitor and advise our customers.   Overall our business escaped the worst of this disaster.  Thankfully, we expect minimal disruption.
All our employees emerged from Harvey without injury.   Many experienced flood damages to their vehicles and homes.  Several have suffered significant or complete property loss. Your thoughts and prayers have been helping our team in Hitchcock.   Our team in WV sent a large box trailer full of food, cleaning supplies and water that arrived September 1st.   We continue to look for ways to support our employees as they work through their recovery efforts. 
The impact of Hurricane IRMA is still being determined, but it is clear this is another major natural disaster.   Parkline does not operate any facilities in Florida or Southeastern USA.  We have several employees that live in the impacted areas and all have reported to be safe.   Our thoughts are with our many customers and their families that live in the area.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 1 409 935 5743.
If you are interested in making donations to general relief funds, here are some helpful links:
The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund of Houston’s mayor, Sylvester Turner, which is administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation.
The United Way of Greater Houston flood relief fund will be used to help with immediate needs as well as long-term services like minor home repair. Visit their website to donate or text UWFLOOD to 41444.
Houston Food Bank and the Food Bank of Corpus Christi are asking for donations.
To help animals suffering from the disaster, visit the Houston Humane Society or the San Antonio Humane Society. The Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has set up an animal emergency response hotline (713-861-3010) and is accepting donations on its website.
For Red Cross Hurricane Irma relief please click here How to donate to Red Cross Hurricane Irma relief