Brandauer’s story of electrification: Part Two
As the plans for electrically powered vehicles ploughs on and signals the end of the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040, there will be heavy demand on PCB manufacturers.
Brandauer chief executive Rowan Crozier recently made a TV appearance on the ITV News at Ten, discussing the impact of the coronavirus on global trade.
Originating in China, the impact of the virus has caused China’s export levels to drop significantly. However, for Brandauer, it has led to an opportunity. As one of the top manufacturers of a specific component for face masks, we have seen a substantial rise in demand for our products to help protect people from the coronavirus and other illnesses.
Crozier said: “We are a beneficiary, and as much as there is a lot of face masks being sold globally at the minute, we have seen our orders double. We have got extended working patterns in place to support those requirements.”
You can read the ‘Rationing and price rises – coronavirus hits UK business’ update from ITV News Consumer Editor, Chris Choi and watch the video by clicking HERE.
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