Firms will use existing hospital bed parts as the basis of a new design © Paul Kane/Getty Images
Firms will use existing hospital bed parts as the basis of a new design © Paul Kane/Getty Images

Firms join forces to make beds for coronavirus patients

4 May 2020

Four Australian manufacturers have joined forces to make emergency hospital beds for coronavirus patients using local supply chains.

Stryker South Pacific partnered with A.H Beard, AmTek Australia, Fallshaw Wheels & Castors, and Varley Group to create the Emergency Relief Bed partnership.

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