To state the obvious, the pandemic changed everything but what hasn’t changed is manufacturing’s resilience in responding to new challenges.
Magazine Issue July 2020
Manufacturing During a Crisis: Top Companies on the Front Lines
As print providers nationwide shift operations to support COVID-19 relief, Canon is helping them to source materials and ramp up production.
Infrared technology can play a crucial role in getting the sports industry back to work safely, according to Infrared Cameras Inc.
Polaris Commercial introduces Pro XD occupant divider kits, grant assistance, financing and leasing, contactless support & virtual shopping.
Spartech’s Paulding, Ohio plant has swiftly pivoted to plexiglass and now has plans to hire approximately 30 new full-time employees.
Cohen Architectural Woodworking has ramped up production to meet the growing nationwide demand for sneeze guards for restaurants and more.
“Supersonic” collaboration between strategic partners Solvay and Boeing is yielding over 38,000 face shields to protect healthcare workers.
Ozark River Manufacturing, Co.’s NSF-certified portable hand washing stations are keeping essential workers across industries safe.
Innovative product to spray cleaning solutions and disinfectants onto workplace surfaces to keep employees safe from infection.
The product development team at Keter North America created a reusable face shield for frontline health care workers.
Industrial equipment supplier in Miami, OK retools production line to create 3D masks for PPE usage.
ANCA joins the fight against COVID-19 by manufacturing components for ventilators to support the medical industry.
Award-winning manufacturer expands capabilities of social distancing solutions for businesses to safely reopen in the wake of COVID-19.
Rapid innovation requires an experienced partner willing to provide hands-on support with R&D, product development and regulatory approval.
Powerbox’s COVID-19 Task Force provides strategic business support to medical and para-medical applications.
Ripclear launches the new V2 shield to safeguard frontline COVID-19 personnel.
The first order of 25 PPE sterilization chambers were manufactured and expedited over a two-week span to aid COVID-19 relief efforts.
A precision-engineered solution to provide the purest air possible for safer large indoor spaces using air purification and sanitization.
Nottingham Spirk helps companies across the U.S. design new products to help combat coronavirus PPE shortages and disinfectant worries.
MANN+HUMMEL and its subsidiary Tri-Dim Filter Corporation support Ford in medical equipment production with HEPA filter supply.
As shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) became critical, my colleagues and I recalled our previous study on this very issue.
Already producing over 9,000 bottles of hand and surface sanitizer, the company’s generosity goes beyond donations to essential businesses.
Qualtek Manufacturing helps medical equipment providers keep up with demand.
Titan Robotics, an industrial 3D printer manufacturer is contributing to the PPE demand.
Distillery in Greater San Marcos Region produces and donates more than 70,000 units hand sanitizer to first responders.
AstenJohnson, a global supplier of advanced fabrics, advanced employee safety with lessons learned from the start of the COVID-19 outbreak.
GM launches rapid-response to produce face masks for COVID-19 frontline workers; shares production plans to help meet critical demand.
Euclid’s multi-dose pouch packaging machine eliminates packaging by hand, freeing pharmacist time to advise patients on COVID-19.
Spartech has donated essential plastic materials to a Wisconsin-based company making face shields in the fight against COVID-19.
Electrical engineer at Iowa-based manufacturer 3D prints face shields to protect local hospital’s COVID-19 response.
The clear choice for window films, coatings and laminates, Madico ramps up production of face shields that protect against COVID-19.