In March 2020 Scotland and the world was responding to the significant challenges arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the largest challenges came from the disruptions to world supply chains for critical health supplies.
Ivan McKee (Minister for Trade, Investment, and Innovation) wrote an open letter to Scottish companies, referencing the pandemic as a “matter of the greatest national importance” and requesting “critical support for NHS Scotland”. He asked that companies help to source, manufacture, and deliver critical supplies to NHS Scotland, outlining priority items.
This is frank and open look at how Keela rose to this challenge. Exploring the positive disruptor aspects and the long-term impacts.
Opening discussion for lessons and challenges for the future for manufacturing industry in Scotland and indeed the UK. What changes we can implement now.