Lafayette, La.—Jewelry supplier Stuller has reopened its headquarters in Louisiana for business.

To comply with social distancing practices, the company has reduced the number of associates working on-site while others continue to work remotely.

The company has restored service in the following ways:
--Phone services and live chat are operating from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. CDT; 
--Manufacturing services, including casting, metal fabrication, stone setting, engraving and CAD/CAM services, are restored; and
--Standard same-day shipping on all in-stock items has resumed. 

“We have been laser-focused on returning to full operational capabilities while putting in place detailed and vigilant safety and wellness policies for a few weeks now,” President Danny Clark said in a press release.

Stuller announced in mid-March it would postpone its Bench Jeweler Workshop, originally scheduled for March 27-28, until October and closed its headquarters not long after.

This meant the manufacturer had to cancel all in-house training and events at the facility for the months of March and April, including its three-day Bridge conference, originally slated to begin April 19.

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