Aston Martin helps National Health Service fight pandemic


Auston Martin working with the Manufacturing Technology Center to give intubation shield to the heightened care staff. They are working with multimatic instruments.

The company is also creating protective gowns for a local hospital in Coventry and Warwickshire. They are also providing emergency vehicle repairs to the local National Health Service (NHS).

On April 9, 2020, the company started preparing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to help the NHS during this COVID-19 crisis. The company is also working on a new respiratory protection device.

Aston Martin Lagonda President and Group Chief Executive, Andy Palmer, Said: “The forefront NH labourers are shielding us from COVID-19 so we need to do what we can to attempt to secure them by providing visors and outfits.”

The company is using 3d printing technology and soon they will provide 150 visors each week. They are working according to the NHS infection control guidelines. The company is also looking into the Government’s social distancing guidelines. Aston Martin is providing a highly-skilled workforce. The company says that our workers will complete their task in very less time. The company got a direct request from the local hospital for protective gowns. After searching for suitable material, the company has submitted it’s a sample to the NHS. They will start production from next week.

The company says that ‘All the workers and the team members are offering their skills on a voluntary basis’. The workers are doing their work without hesitation and within the government guidelines. Company is sure that the team will provide decent protective gowns.


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