The corona pandemic has meant an increase in demand for medical equipment, in particular ventilation and laboratory technology. With its drive systems, FAULHABER makes an important contribution in ensuring the reliable operation of equipment used in these now vital applications and is doing its utmost to safeguard supply. At the same time, the health of our employees has top priority.
The demand for drives is increasing, especially for applications in medical and laboratory technology, e.g. ventilators, infrared cameras for body temperature measurement and automated sample analysis or laboratory systems. FAULHABER is keeping on top of the current situation and is doing everything necessary to maintain normal operation during the corona pandemic and to ensure that our customers continue to be supplied with drive systems.
The health of our employees has top priority. At our production sites, the fulfillment of delivery orders is taking place in compliance with the maximum possible safety measures. Adapted shift arrangements minimize the risk of operational interruption. Restrictions with regard to the use of communal areas such as canteens, kitchens or break rooms, and also virtual meetings instead of face-to-face meetings reduce the risk further. Many FAULHABER employees are now working largely from home. Our customers and business partners can, however, still contact us at any time by phone or e-mail.
All of these measures are aimed at protecting our employees and yet maintaining production and operational activities, thereby ensuring the continued supply of crucial medical equipment.
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The FAULHABER Group offers the world’s largest consolidated portfolio of miniature and micro drive system technologies available from one partner in the world today. The Group specializes in the design and manufacture of complex, high precision miniature and micro drive systems for challenging areas of application like medical devices, handling automation, telecommunications, and precision optics.