Going Beyond: MISUMI’s Role in Fighting COVID-19

Over the past few months, countless MISUMI customers have gone above and beyond to find ways they can help battle the COVID-19 pandemic. For many customers, this means shifting their focus to manufacturing equipment that can be used in the medical industry. Their efforts are selfless and their desire to serve their communities during this difficult time has inspired MISUMI to make sure our goals are aligned to do the same.

We are proud to do our part in fighting COVID-19, no matter how big or small. It is an honor to know that our components are being used to produce critical supplies, including:

  • COVID-19 Detection Equipment
  • Conversion to Ventilator Manufacturing
  • Ventilator Manufacturing
  • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) Manufacturing

MISUMI components used are:

Furthermore, if MISUMI does not have the part you need, we have resources and a global network of suppliers to help you find it. Case in point, a senior member of the sales team worked with a major automotive manufacturer who required a special part for their conversion to ventilator manufacturing.

Although we could not source it within the MISUMI network, the sales member used their extensive industry knowledge to find the part outside of the MISUMI network saving the automotive manufacturer precious time and was grateful for that extra step. Our industry knowledge can help you solve your problems quickly. Do not hesitate to contact us!

We want to fight this battle with you, we are #ConfiguredTogether.

We are an essential business and committed to you!
For more information, visit misumi.info/COVID19.

For engineering questions, email engineering@misumiusa.com.

For sales questions, email inquire@misumiusa.com.

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