Elvia PCB Group is Working Non-stop to Fight COVID-19


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Elvia PCB Group, the leading European manufacturer of high-reliability PCBs, has been working non-stop since the beginning of the current COVID-19 pandemic. 

The health and safety of its employees is, as always, the top priority. The necessary preventative measures were implemented quickly and efficiently and production is continuing in order to safeguard jobs and to ensure that Elvia continues to support its customers at this critical time.

Faced with the spread of the Coronavirus, a consortium of four major industrial groups has committed to manufacture 10,000 medical ventilators by mid-May. 

Elvia’s facility, located in Normandy, France, is making a valuable contribution to this critical project by manufacturing the PCBs, a crucial part of the medical ventilators, in a record time. 

Bruno Cassin, Elvia PCB Group’s President commented “Elvia is proud to be supporting this vital endeavour. We have succeeded today in delivering the first batch of 500 PCBs, which was manufactured in just 4 working days”. 

Further production volumes of 1,500 PCBs are in preparation and even larger volumes are expected. 

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