It’s business as usual–or as close to it as possible–at SGC.
The Florida-based authentication and grading company says it is still open in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
A day after PSA was forced to temporarily shut its doors over a local government order that was reversed less than 24 hours later, SGC sent an email to customers stating it was “operating at full capacity with no changes to grading services whatsoever.”
SGC says it has taken precautions at its Boca Raton facility to mitigate risks to employees and customers and if a shutdown is ordered or conditions change, they have a plan in place to continue working.
“We are advising all to continue submitting orders as usual and we’re looking to remain fully operational for as long as possible. In the event that this has to change, we have contingency plans in place to continue processing and shipping orders through this difficult time.”