In response to the national COVID-19 crisis, Artisan Display Inc. was recently asked by one of its largest customers, The University of Pennsylvania, for a monumental effort to finish a portion of Penn Medicine’s new 504-bed hospital’s emergency department ahead of schedule.
“What started as a three-month project at minimum quickly turned into a 10-day time schedule to complete the production of all of the cabinets and finishing in the rooms, among other essential supplies that were needed to start accepting patients,” according to the SCM Group, which assisted the effort.
SCM says supporting its communities as the COVID-19 crisis continues has become a top priority.
“From now until the foreseeable future, if woodworking companies are switching their production applications to produce medical safety devices or other essential supplies to help mitigate supply interruptions related to COVID-19, SCM will provide priority application support such as programming, machining, and fixturing consultating.”
The company is also offering complimentary troubleshooting and service interventions if companies are experiencing downtime and need to be operational for their contributions to the COVID-19 relief efforts.”
For more details, visit www.scmgroup.com.