The company has expanded its production with new personal protective equipment, biological and chemical decontamination vehicles, and the manufacture of polyester molds and parts.
Lost Simetry has expanded its facilities with two new warehouses located in the same polygon as its headquarters, in Casarrubuelos (Madrid). With the new additional 1,000 square meters, the company expects to cope with the strong demand forecast for 2021 and the manufacture of new products.
Indeed, Lost Simetry has expanded and diversified its production capacity for the manufacture of personal protective equipment, biological and chemical decontamination vehicles or the manufacture of polyester molds and parts. All of them are in addition to the usual ones, focused on the manufacture of medical devices and the adaptation of vehicles to transport patients.
Paradoxically, the expansion was carried out ahead of schedule due to the devastating passage of Hurricane Filomena through Madrid, which seriously affected the roof of the main ship of Lost Simetry and forced those responsible for the company to accelerate the expansion process. All the ships are already working at one hundred percent of their productive capacity.
Lost Simetry currently has a total of 3,500 square meters for the manufacture of plastics (one thousand square meters), the logistics area (another thousand); and one thousand five hundred more for the manufacture of structures.
In addition, the assembly area has been moved to a separate space in order to improve production flows and reduce manufacturing times, the sanitary warehouse has been expanded and the facilities available for the equipment of commercial vehicles have been improved.