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Update IKEA Japan March 17
[International]  IKEA is closely monitoring the situation in Japan after the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear incidents and takes action accordingly.
IKEA Japan continues the in-kind donations. IKEA is sending trucks to the area around Sendai on a daily basis, to assist the people there with quilts, lighting and food. IKEA has started to place donation boxes in the stores, and will soon be able to invite customers to help as well. On certain articles prices will be reduced by 50% and with the possibility for customers to donate those articles to the evacuation areas. IKEA is further looking into on how to provide more long-term support for the people in the affected areas.

The offer for all IKEA co-workers in the Kanto area around Tokyo and their families to relocate, on a temporary and voluntary basis is ongoing and has been extended to regions other than Kansai – if they would like to relocate to another part of Japan, IKEA will cover the cost.

Based on global IKEA risk guidelines, IKEA is temporarily relocating all co-workers who have been transferred to Japan by IKEA, to Hong Kong, where they will continue working for IKEA Japan.

The temporarily reduced Management Team will continue to lead the organisation from the Kobe Store; the IKEA stores in the Tokyo area will remain closed until the situation has stabilized.


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