tata steel is already serving a major order through nest-in, and is currently in the process of supplying isolation & quarantine cabins for a 550-bed isolation facility.
tata steel has designed and developed quarantine and isolation cabins that can be used to treat covid patients, as part of tata group’s efforts to fight the pandemic.
tata steel has worked on engineering the design and supply chain, and is offering this solution through its brand ‘nest-in’, part of the services & solutions portfolio, an official statement said. this construction solution unit has also leveraged expertise of tata steel’s new materials business and the tubes strategic business unit.
tata steel is already serving a major order through nest-in, and is currently in the process of supplying isolation & quarantine cabins for a 550-bed isolation facility. "the entire facility, which spans 80,000 square feet, is being set-up in just 60 days," the statement added.
another order for quarantine cabins is being serviced in the north-eastern part of india.
p. anand, chief, services & solutions, tata steel said: “as the nation faces one of the most challenging times in history, it is our endeavour to provide the best physical infrastructure to augment the larger efforts undertaken across the country to treat and contain covid-19."
"the quarantine and isolation cabins designed and manufactured by tata steel’s nest-in will be a key aspect of these efforts," he added.
he further said, "we are committed to creating solutions for any industry who needs support to contain the spread of covid-19.”