Capacity problems accelerated Ambu's construction of world's largest endoscope plant

Ambu's hurried construction plans, announced this summer, for a new endoscope factory in Mexico are tied mounting pressure in production capacity at the group's existing plant in Malaysia that struggled to keep up with demand.
Photo: Carlos Jasso/REUTERS / X03028
Photo: Carlos Jasso/REUTERS / X03028
BY ULRICH QUISTGAARD, TRANSLATED BY DANIEL FRANK CHRISTENSEN

Not only will it become the world's largest factory making single-use endoscopes, it's also slated to commission ahead of schedule, Ambu announced back in July about its coming production facility in Mexico.

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