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Nasmyth Group supporting UK ventilator effort

Posted 22 April 2020 · Add Comment

Nasmyth Group is currently working to manufacture key components for ventilators needed by the NHS.


Courtesy Nasmyth Group


The company is bringing together the vast expertise in precision engineering from across the Group, to support the Ventilator Challenge UK Consortium.
 
Nasmyth Group has moved to help manufacture ventilators as the Prime Minister Boris Johnson made it clear that the UK must step up its production, as a response to the coronavirus outbreak.


 

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