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Peli providing innovative solutions in current crisis

Posted 20 April 2020 · Add Comment

As military personnel, first responders and law enforcement officers face the current Coronavirus crisis, Peli is offering innovative solutions to support them.



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Peli Protector Cases are used for carrying and shipping sensitive items such as test equipment, ventilators and other medical equipment to ensure precious cargo arrives on scene, working and ready to go.
Courtesy Peli


Piero Marigo, Managing Director for Peli Products, said:“Being a leader means being present when it is most needed. Peli Products’ manufacturing is unabated, with finished goods well stocked and ready to ship to fill urgent orders.

"Its production and supply chain has not been affected by the current global situation and therefore, Peli is uniquely placed to supply products to support the professionals in these industries so that they may be able to focus on attending to those most in need and save lives during the crisis.”

Peli is delivering with a rapid response to urgent needs during this unprecedented crisis period, with protective cases and advanced portable lighting solutions, including:

  • Dustproof, crushproof and water resistant cases for first aid supplies and medical kits
  • Medical chests to store small tools and medical supplies for field hospitals
  • Portable field desks for emergency centers in field hospitals and security checkpoints
  • Portable Remote Area Lighting Systems (RALS)
     

 

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