Storage and handling specialist, Craven Solutions, is assisting the NHS again in the fight against the global pandemic.
After designing and manufacturing 12,500 IV drip stands and 1,400 storage shelves for NHS Nightingale hospitals at the peak of the pandemic, it is now supporting the NHS in the testing stage to help find a cure.
The NHS is now rolling out the second and third stages of vaccine testing using the blood plasma of those who have contracted Covid-19. Craven has supplied the NHS with Nylon (food safe) shelving used in large freezers to store the blood plasma of these patients in order to help find a cure.
Director of Craven, Noel Baker, said: “We are once again very proud to be supporting the NHS in the nation’s fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. Their work continues to be admirable and we’re always humbled to provide support where needed.”
The freezers containing the Craven Nylon shelving are located over three NHS Blood and Transplant locations; Bristol, London and Manchester.
Once work is complete, Craven will have supplied and installed over 4km of shelving which will have used over 100km of coated steel wire when produced.