Zeppelin Rentals helps with virus response

By KHL Staff03 April 2020

Zeppelin Rental has helped create temporary COVID-19 testing centres in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, supplying portable buildings and other equipment.

The rental company supplied equipment to municipalities, district offices and THW, the Federally-backed organisation that provides technical assistance throught a largely volunteer workforce.

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A drive-in testing centre built with the help of Zeppelin Rental.

In Aalen, a drive-in test centre was set up within just six hours last week. In addition, it provided shower units and lighting, heating and security equipment for the extension of a hospital in the town.

Zeppelin is also providing equipment at the country’s customs and border areas, including temporary accommodation.

”The Corona (COVID-19) pandemic is challenging for medical facilities, doctors, pharmacies, the public sector and many more”, said the company, “It demands fast additional space and new uses for room and sanitary systems.”

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