I’m incredibly proud of the way our community has pulled together in Wycombe to support the NHS, with local aerospace manufacturer Sabeti Wain repurposing from aircraft upholstery to gowns and scrubs for the NHS.
They have provided me with the following statement. Please get in touch with the company direct if you would like them to produce scrubs or gowns for your care setting, or if you have relevant supplies they may need.
You can also read more about their work here:
Many congratulations to everyone at the company for doing this and thank you for being at work for the essential task of producing supplies for our NHS at industrial scale.
Usually we make Aircraft Seat Covers for companies such as British Airways, Qantas, Etihad and many more. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak we have put aside our normal production and taken on the task of making over 5000 urgently needed Scrubs and Gowns for the NHS.
We are already suppling Stoke Mandeville Hospital on behalf of the Chief Executive of the Bucks Health Care Trust as well as a number of care homes which we have been put in touch with via Steve Baker our local MP. We are taking requests via Linked In, the recent article that was published in the Sunday Telegraph and an appearance made by one of our Directors, Paymen Sabeti, on Sky News.
We are a family run business and have been in High Wycombe for over 37 years, as a team we couldn’t be more proud to help the NHS, the community and the country in its time of need.
Your help in spreading the word would be much appreciated at this time as we would like to reach out to everyone we can to offer our help.
Below are a few photos of our scrubs in action, thanks from a local doctor as well as some of our staff modelling the scrubs we have produced.