Abtex LLC recently designed and quickly built a deburring system for Western Shelter, the organization whose emergency shelter buildings are currently in high demand for COVID-19 relief operations. Western Shelter’s primary structural material is aluminum, selected for its lightweight, strength and durability—all required for the rapid construction of emergency field buildings.
With more than four decades of expertise in designing deburring systems specifically to improve the precision and the handling safety of aluminum extrusions, Abtex is well known in the world of aluminum manufacturing and was a natural choice as Western Shelter’s deburring partner.
A US company has placed a major order with a value of 25 million euro for eleven automation lines and six removal units for vaccine containers (vials) with ZAHORANSKY AG. With a global research drive for a vaccine against COVID-19, the preparations to manufacture the ampules with vaccines are already in full swing.
By Phillip M. Perry
Working from home is over. Partly, anyhow. And after weeks of telephone conferencing and video chatting, many workers are doubtless eager to return to their offices. In managing this reverse migration, though, businesses must coordinate a patchwork of safety procedures and work area modifications while communicating effectively with employees.
Perlon®-Group CEO, Florian Kisling who has been the voluntary community fire inspector for Münster in the Darmstadt-Dieburg district for many years, hands over the masks to the deputy district fire inspector Matthias Maurer-Hardt.
Through its global network, the Perlon®-Group is supporting the procurement measures of the volunteer fire service in the Darmstadt-Dieburg district south of Hesse, Germany, by donating 2,400 KN 95 protective masks. This protective equipment will be put to good use by the volunteer service that covers 23 towns and communities in the area.
The 2020 May-June digital