PRIORITIZING THE SAFETY OF HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, TÜRKTRAKTÖR MANUFACTURES INTUBATION AND BIOLOGICAL SAMPLE COLLECTION CABINS

  • 23-APR-2020

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TürkTraktör's Sakarya Erenler and Ankara plants begin manufacturing intubation and biological sample collection cabins critically needed by the healthcare providers fighting on the front lines against the coronavirus pandemic with great devotion and hard work. These were delivered to the hospitals in Sakarya, Kocaeli and Ankara.

TürkTraktör, the longest established agricultural and construction equipment manufacturer that is still active in the Turkish agriculture industry and the uninterrupted leader of the Turkish tractor market, continues to make efforts that will aid different segments of society ranging from the farmers to the healthcare providers in these challenging days that the world is fighting against coronavirus.

Working in coordination with the other companies of the Koç Group in this fight, TürkTraktör takes action to contribute to the protection of healthcare providers working extremely hard in this moment.

In order to support the supply of critical medical equipment, the intubation and biological sample collection cabins designed by Tofaş, are now manufactured at the Sakarya Erenler and Ankara plants of TürkTraktör.

The cabins are built in quickly thanks to the high production capacity of TürkTraktör and are already being delivered to the hospitals selected by the Turkish Ministry of Health in Sakarya, Kocaeli and Ankara.

Cabins are being manufactured under protective measures

The intubation and sample collection cabins are manufactured according to all of the measures issued by the Turkish Ministry of Health and World Health Organization (WHO). The methods are further improved upon by TürkTraktör engineers based on the feedback of the doctors and the healthcare providers on site.

The intubation and biological sample collection cabins that had been offered to use in 25 hospitals in Sakarya, Ankara and Kocaeli will continue to be delivered to other hospitals in the coming days.