MG Motor India Tie Up With MAX Ventilator To Ramp Up Ventilator Production

MG Motor India has joined hands with Vadodara-based MAX Ventilator, a part of A.B. Industries to speed up the ventilator production amid the coronavirus outbreak . Ventilators are a key element  in the fight against COVID19 and Automotive Manufacturers across the world have come forward to help cope with the worldwide demand of Ventilators .

Speaking on the association, Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, “At MG, we are committed to supporting our country’s fight against Covid-19 crisis. We understand that ventilators are the most critical requirement at this time, and we would do our best to enhance ventilator production. The collaboration comes as a result of aligned core values of both organisations and is designed to work towards the common goal of serving the communities around where our operations are based”

Founded in 1995, A.B. Industries has been manufacturing ventilators for the past 25 years. Max Ventilator is among the top 25 ventilator brands in the world and caters primarily to the private hospitals. This collaboration is focussed on assisting the overall production of ventilators by addressing specific areas of the supply chain, IT system and manufacturing processes.

Ashok Patel, MD of A.B. Industries – MAX Ventilator, said, “In such times of need, it is an admirable thing for all those capable to come forward and help in some way. As a manufacturing company of respiratory ventilators, this collaboration with MG Motor will help us to scale up the production with our teams working together hand in hand. Collaborations like these will guarantee that we meet the requirements to treat the rising COVID-19 cases in India.”

The production capacity would be increased five times to 300 ventilators per month in Phase I which should be completed within next 8 weeks. In Phase II, the production capacity can be enhanced up to 1,000 ventilators per month, depending upon the demand, especially from the government hospitals to help meet the shortage of the life-saving medical devices in the country.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

seven + twelve =