Bell Power Systems continues to operate in the face of COVID-19

Bell Power Systems continues to operate in the face of COVID-19 as an essential business under the United States Department of Homeland Security 16 Critical Infrastructure Sectors - Critical Manufacturing Sector. As the coronavirus COVID-19 situation evolves, we are committed to keeping you informed about Bell Power Systems’ actions to safeguard employees while maintaining operations in order to support our dealers and customers and their livelihoods. Should you experience any difficulty contacting us through our normal phone number 1-800-225-8669 during these socially distanced times, you may also reach us at: or directly contact any of our team members: We hope you are taking the necessary precautions to help ensure your own health and safety and that of your loved ones, and are here to support you now and in our promising future.

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Crucial Crisis Support

The coronavirus pandemic has created a challenging time for our countries and our communities. But it’s also an extraordinary time as we witness the beauty and resilience of the human spirit when we support one another. Our John Deere engine customers are doing their part to assist others in this time of crisis. John Deere Power Systems (JDPS) salutes the manufacturing companies that continue to produce essential products — and the transportation companies that ensure safe and timely movement of not only products, but also people. New York Water Taxi is one of those companies. They are part of New York Cruise Lines, which normally offers sightseeing tours of New York City’s skyline, including the iconic Statue of Liberty. However, when New York became a coronavirus hotspot, water taxi operations were suspended, except for one essential route to the NYU Langone Hospital.

Helping healthcare workers

For several years, New York Water Taxi has operated a route solely dedicated to the transportation of hospital staff to and from NYU Langone Hospital. In recent months, this taxi service has become more essential than ever for healthcare workers at this nationally ranked Brooklyn medical center. The taxi route runs between New York’s 34th Street Ferry Landing on the East River and the Brooklyn Army Terminal, just a short walking distance from the hospital. Over the course of the day during the pandemic, up to 300 healthcare workers were relying on the water taxi during the operating hours of 5 a.m. to 8 p.m.  

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