Michigan Mahindra Plant Makes Medical Shields from Windshields

Excerpt: India-based Mahindra Group is joining the “Arsenal of Health” efforts spearheaded in Michigan by General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co. to make medical personal protection equipment for health-care workers combating the COVID-19 pandemic.

Roughly 20 employees at Mahindra’s Auburn Hills manufacturing site are making aspiration boxes from the plastic polycarbonate windshields used in their vehicles, as well as face shields and masks. The boxes shield nurses and doctors when they remove a COVID-19 patient’s intubation tubes

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