With the aim of meeting the urgent need for life-saving ventilators and protecting the Lebanese citizens’ health from the grip of COVID-19 pandemic, and following the great milestones in manufacturing excellence achieved by the company few months ago, Phoenix, member of INDEVCO Group, has recently handed 16 ventilators over to public hospitals across the country.
The donated ventilators – which are 100% Lebanese-made, feature top-notch technology and comply with the highest international norms and standards – were skillfully designed by the company to benefit the intensive care units and improve their capacity, especially in the light of the unprecedented economic crisis families are facing.
After announcing the launch of the first prototype ventilator in a conference held by INDEVCO President and CEO and former MP, Neemat Frem, the company moves forward today to collaborate with Rotary Club in its social responsibility initiative to provide hospitals with the needed medical equipment.
Besides servicing the local community, Phoenix is also collaborating with foreign NGOs to export the ventilators to fill the need in any country, proving once more that the Lebanese National Industry has all what it takes to compete at the international level and thus, represent a shining example of expertise and technological breakthroughs.
As a member of the United Nations Global Compact – Network Lebanon, Phoenix supports UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including SDG 3 focusing on partnerships for development, and SDG 17 ensuring good health and wellbeing for all.
About Phoenix Machinery
Established in 1998, Phoenix Machinery is located in Safra, Lebanon. Phoenix Machinery manufactures custom-made hygiene and tissue converting machines, high precision CNC machined parts, as well as develops and integrates machinery automation, process automation and power distribution solutions. Currently the manufacturer exports globally to Congo, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Haiti, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, the United Arab Emirates and the United States, and Poland.