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COVID19 - Important Information Update, March 2020

Story posted 06/04/2020

Dear Valued Clients,

Stevenage Circuits and the current Situation,

Our manufacturing facility in Stevenage is open for business, we are accepting orders and providing Customer Support as usual... Why?

For over 20 years we have been supplying printed circuit technology supporting the medical industries products and services including:

• Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators

• Implantable electrodes and controls for cochlear implants

• Aerogen Nebuliser control systems

• Component parts for the ICU -level remote monitoring of patients

• Microfluidic dispensing

• Radiation therapy

• Robotic Surgery and positioning equipment

• Diagnostic Imaging

• Laser Cataract Surgery

As an Essential services supplier we will continue manufacturing, servicing, and shipping to all our customers.

Just as important we have most materials in stock as many of our long-term customers have given advance notification of requirements enabling us to secure raw material without risk, and we continue to be receiving goods from our supply partners.

Of course, like all businesses the effects of the virus is having an impact.

We are fortunate in that around 20% of our staff can work from home to lessen the risk of transmission as much as possible.

We continue to abide by all good hygiene practices to minimise inadvertently spreading the virus within our team, and we are doing everything in our power to reduce the impact to our business without putting any undue risk on any of our team.

The overall effect is that our business is currently operating at approximately 90% capacity in manufacturing, but we will advise you of any drastic change.

We trust and hope that you and everyone in your business are well and the impact of this awful virus is minimal.

Kind regards.

Mike Fairclough

Business Development Director

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