Apr 28, 2020
After General Motors and Ventec Life Systems sought out the capability to construct 200,000 ventilators, they switched to U.S. providers for the components, since the coronavirus pandemic threatened international supply chains and forced speed an integral driver.
Pindel Global Precision of New Berlin quickly stepped up the challenge. Pindel CEO Bill Berriens says that he expects that the international pandemic to hasten the change which was happening away from U.S. firms sourcing parts from Asian nations. He sees rising automation and artificial intelligence changing the price advantage right back to the U.S. ”We have a health-care crisis that is also … the mother of innovative thinking and innovation.”