Spencer Industrial District, in the heart of Italian Emergency and Rescue innovation
Innovative stretchers, lung ventilators for ambulances of all types, futuristic spaces and highly trained personnel: the new Spencer takes the pandemic damn seriously and reacts to it by giving rescuers and their loyal customers the solutions that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns, have fatally failed in a large part of the emergency and rescue sector.
Spencer Industrial District, beating heart of the health emergency response
Spencer Industrial District consists of:
– 26,500 m² of covered area to accommodate offices and production;
– 4,500 m² of courtyard area for work operations;
– 20,500 m² of building area dedicated to new developments and expansions;
– 7 km of roads within the infrastructure;
– 5 km for the storage and preservation of goods;
The geographical location of the new headquarters was chosen carefully by Spencer, determined by the consideration of logistical factors such as road, rail, and airport interconnections.
Spencer Industrial District is easily accessible from everywhere in Italy and all over the world for opening its doors and pay attention to all requests, regardless of where they come from.
No Italy in color will hinder your chance to visit the Spencer Industrial District and the products of the wide Spencer range
“But there’s a lockdown!”, some might say. Not to visit the futuristic Spencer headquarters.
The company has organized virtual tours inside its premises, through which customers and rescuers can deepen their knowledge and use of any product in the Spencer catalogue.
An Italian company fully healthy in the landscape, unfortunately, of the great general difficulty.
– 500,000 products made every year:
– 1,180 customised moulds;
– 85,000 shipments every year;
– 48h the average time to process each order received;
– 1,000,100 hours dedicated to research, which is one of the company’s plus points. Starting from here Spencer engineering takes shape with creativity and design;
– 7% of turnover invested;
– 55 worldwide patents;
– 30,000 pallets in storage in specific areas for customers and maxi emergencies;
– 20,000 items all in prompt delivery.