草莓app色版|How Hitachi is Responding to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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for a message from Toshiaki Higashihara, President & CEO, Hitachi, Ltd., our global management policy, and links to activities from Hitachi companies around the globe.​

Local Response​

在线天堂2019手机版Here we share some of the contributions that Hitachi group companies in the Americas, offices and colleagues are making in response to the pandemic:​

received an urgent call from Spicer Machine Shop in Berry, KY for 750 lbs. of 4140/4150 tool steel. Toyota had informed Spicer that they needed stamping dies to produce COVID-19 face masks. To help Toyota expedite the production process, Diehl Steel operators cut and machined the material the same day. ​

is partnering with several companies in central KY to produce up to 500 face shields a day for frontline medical workers. Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. is assembling the face shields in Harrodsburg, KY from components supplied by Lexmark International, Inc., Tempur-Pedic and Big Ass Solutions. Face shields have been distributed to the following KY hospitals: Commonwealth Cancer Center; Saint Joseph Hospital; St. Claire HealthCare; University Medical Center (University of Louisville); University of Kentucky Medical Center.

is working to provide urgent delivery of X-ray systems, in response to NY State’s requests.

High Performance Medical Solutions在线天堂2019手机版, a division of Hitachi Cable America, Inc., is prioritizing “critical to life” device manufacturing like peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs) and midline catheters, both of which are badly needed for treating severely ill patients.

Mining Solutions facility in Billings, MT is engineering innovative solutions to contribute to the local medical community. Working with the Billings Clinic, a community-owned, integrated health care organization, H-E Parts is 3D printing reusable masks for local medical professionals. These masks are essential to keeping frontline medical personnel and patients safe.

在线天堂2019手机版 has been seamlessly adapted to account for the rapid shift from brick and mortar classrooms to virtual environments. The program is partnering with new and existing entities to respond to this new virtual learning environment, engaging with Harvard Lab Exchange, MIT Museum, National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (UC San Diego, Stanford University, and North Carolina State University), BioBus, and TeamFirst to implement virtual education initiatives.

JR Automation partnered with General Motors (GM) to design and build an entire medical mask assembly line capable of producing 50,000 masks a day in just six days. ​

Sullair donated nearly 1,300 N95 respirators to Franciscan Health Michigan City, a Michigan City-based hospital a short distance from the Sullair campus.  ​

Waupaca Foundry, Inc. has donated medical supplies including foam lined glasses and masks, and its ductile iron foundry in Etowah, TN is protecting frontline medical workers by 3D printing frames for face shields. ​

Company Updates

Hitachi Vantara solutions to help customers prevent the ongoing spread of COVID-19, leveraging thermal cameras, 3D lidar, software applications and computer vision AI. ​

Hitachi Vantara is keeping Customers, Employees and Partners Safe During the COVID-19 Outbreak. ​

JR Automation在线天堂2019手机版 responds to critical need for COVID-19 medical supplies. ​

Occupational Health Nurse Keeps Waupaca Foundry Employees Healthy Amid COVID-19. ​

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