Utilizes expertise to produce hand sanitizers, ventilators and masks.
David Savastano, Editor05.07.20
As one of the world’s leading technology companies, Xerox has been at the forefront of many technological advances over the years. It is only natural to think that Xerox would also be able to bring its experience to help in the battle against COVID-19.
Indeed, Xerox is actively engaged is helping to fill the need for materials that are in short supply. The company is working to mass-produce GO2Vent disposable ventilators and related Airway Pressure Monitors (APM-Plus) with Vortran Medical Technology. The companies reported they will be scaling up production from approximately 40,000 ventilators in April to between 150,000 and 200,000 ventilators a month by June.
Xerox is also partnering with Hickey-Freeman to design and produce 10,000 medical-grade face masks for the healthcare professionals at Rochester Regional Health, and producing its own hand sanitizers.
Xerox is also using its resources and expertise to produce approximately 140,
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