Uetz Comments on Automakers’ Efforts to Manufacture Ventilators

04 April 2020 The Washington Post News
Partner Ann Marie Uetz was quoted in a Washington Post article, “Ford and GM are undertaking a warlike effort to produce ventilators. It may fall short and come too late,” about automakers’ attempts to reconfigure their factories to produce ventilators amid the coronavirus pandemic.
To help with that effort, carmakers have asked suppliers to revamp their supply chains to help produce ventilator parts, which can be complicated, Uetz said. “That tooling has to be rebuilt, refurbished, it has to be changed over for the part that’s going into the ventilator,” she said.

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