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MOTOR INDIA

July 30, 2020

Sub Zero develops innovative new Portable Medical Unit

 

A technology-driven company that focuses on manufacturing high-quality reefer boxes, Sub Zero Insulation Tech (P) Ltd., Pune, is known for its knack of understanding customers’ requirements and proposing customised solutions based on specified inputs. In this interview with N. Balasubramanian, the company’s CEO Deep Khira shares information about their new product – a portable medical unit, while also highlighting the present and future of the country’s cold chain transport space.

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Mumbai, Jul 28, 2020

Latest News | Jayanand Khira Develops Portable Medical Unit

 

Commercial vehicle body maker Jayanand Khira & Co on Tuesday said it has developed a portable medical unit to strengthen healthcare infrastructure amid coronavirus pandemic.

PACKAGING SOUTH ASIA

July 27, 2020

Jayanand Khira develops portable medical units for rural India

 

Mumbai-based Jayanand Khira (JKPL), a leading commercial vehicle body manufacturer in India, has developed an innovative portable medical unit with a vision to offer healthcare facilities to rural India. According to the company’s press statement, the Portable Medical Unit comes with a unique expansion feature, which allows doubling the area available in less than one hour with just three people. With a customizable interior layout, it can be used with or without a truck. Moreover, the design allows all interior equipment to be stored within the unit, even when the expansion module is closed.

OUTLOOK

July 28, 2020

Jayanand Khira develops portable medical unit

 

Commercial vehicle body maker Jayanand Khira & Co on Tuesday said it has developed a portable medical unit to strengthen healthcare infrastructure amid coronavirus pandemic.

The portable medical units include patient beds, reception area, doctor”s consultation-cum-treatment room and a pharmacy counter, and can be used with or without a truck, a release said.

Moreover, the sizing of the unit is designed in such a way that it allows users to rapidly deploy it anytime anywhere, especially in times of disaster and crisis, it added.