Graco has announced that it has temporarily shut down its website and mobile app due to the ongoing crisis in Thailand.
In a statement, Graco said that it will continue to support its customers by offering additional services as needed, but the website and app will not be back online until further notice.
The statement comes just one day after the Thai government issued new travel restrictions to Thailand.
Graco was one of the first large companies to open its doors in Thailand after the country implemented a new travel ban on July 8.
It has since expanded its business to include travel and tourism services in the country.
Thailand’s new restrictions include the requirement that all travellers who want to go to the country from outside the country must first obtain a visa before they can get into Thailand.
This means those wishing to travel to Thailand from outside of the country, and those who wish to visit the country on a visa, must obtain a tourist visa first.
It also includes a limit of 10,000 people per day per person, which makes it difficult for travellers who only plan to spend a couple of days in Thailand before returning home.
However, Gracos main business is its Thai restaurant chain.
Thai travel restrictions have also been announced in Australia and New Zealand, as well as Canada.
According to the Financial Post, Graca’s travel restrictions are affecting some business owners in Thailand, and the company said that these changes are part of a broader effort to rein in tourism in the region.
Graca also said that some customers are not seeing the changes in the travel restrictions as it is an ongoing issue that needs to be addressed.
“In a world where more people are travelling and spending less time in a country, we know that it’s very hard to get people to come back,” said John Rieger, senior vice president of global operations for Graco.
“There is no question that this disruption is having a real impact on the businesses in Thailand.”
Graco says it is currently working with its travel partners to “ensure that customers are able to access our services as soon as possible”.
“We continue to work with our partners to identify solutions that are in place to mitigate any disruptions and minimize disruption,” Riegar said.
“Graco is working with our partner partners to ensure that customers in Thailand are able in the future to access and use our services, as quickly as possible.”