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Dynamic EMS has been manufacturing parts for organisations fighting the global impact of coronavirus.

The Dunfermline-based electronics manufacturer supported BAE Systems as part of the UK ventilators challenge community by manufacturing printed circuit boards assemblies under its ISO13485 accreditation.

In addition, it has engaged with organisations involved in blood analysis and disease detection, contamination monitoring, and antibody diagnostic testing, each specifically for COVID-19, supplied an essential video surveillance system to a COVID-19 field hospital, and provided networking transmission products to mobile coronavirus testing stations.

John Dignan, Owner and Managing Director of Dynamic EMS, commented:

“I am very proud of all our employees who have risen to the challenge that this pandemic has produced, whilst observing strict working guidelines. These measures will continue long after lockdown and will be ‘the norm’ until a highly producible vaccine has been found. We are prepared, with excess stock in place, if there is a need.”

As the world strives to get businesses ‘returning to work’ post-pandemic, Dynamic EMS is at the forefront of manufacturing ‘social distancing’ devices. More to follow!

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