maxon, a Swiss developer and manufacturer of drive systems, is a long-time partner of leading medical technology companies worldwide. In fact, maxon products are used in medical devices such as ventilators, respirators, protection masks, and lab automation. During these unprecedented times, maxon is fully focused on supporting the companies producing these life-saving devices so desperately needed during this COVID-19 pandemic.
How maxon is supporting the medical community during pandemic
maxon has launched a medical fast track process to ensure the best possible service for critical application needs to fight this pandemic. This fast track system works in real-time to expedite urgent requests for product. The maxon group management team (Business Unit Medical) reviews each request and matches the need with a solution — prioritizing manufacturing efforts globally to ensure component and system production and shipment to essential medical customers is done rapidly.
“As we all continue to navigate through these unique and evolving challenges, our customers should know that we are here to help support the larger effort. maxon is working with our global supply chains to ensure critical demand is met. This has been made a top priority,” explains an official company statement.
According to maxon officials, maxon is seeing companies coming together to offer their resources and expertise during this crisis … and the component and systems designer and manufacturer understands this importance — for no one company can meet these challenging times alone.
“We see this as our responsibility and are here to support the companies producing these medical devices used to help save lives. Together we can all make a difference,” notes the official company statement.
maxon is a developer and manufacturer of brushed and brushless DC motors, as well as gearheads, encoders, controllers, and entire mechatronic systems. maxon drives are used wherever the requirements are particularly high: in NASA’s Mars rovers, in surgical power tools, in humanoid robots, and in precision industrial applications, for example. To maintain its leadership in this demanding market, the company invests a considerable share of its annual revenue in research and development. Worldwide, maxon has more than 3,000 employees at nine production sites and is represented by sales companies in more than 30 countries
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