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Prisha Container Lines introduces temporary healthcare units in containers to help fight COVID-19 – Express Healthcare

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The containers can be used for testing and treatment, and in vaccination drive, wherever there is a shortage of health centres   

Prisha Container Lines has brought a novel concept of temporary healthcare units in containers with the complete facility of medical care in case of emergency. These containers can be used for testing and treatment, and in vaccination drive, wherever there is a shortage of health centres.

Each centre has eight to 10 beds with safe spacing, along with a doctor’s cabin, separate toilets and facility for a medical emergency as in the case of ICU units. These containers are designed to maintain the standard norms, which are required in every building architecture and interiors.

According to Veepul Kaushik, Promoter, Container Designer, “These containers are perfect to be used where there is a requirement of the healthcare centres. Even these can be used in industries, factories or any place, which is in emergency need.

A team of professionals who are experts in civil engineering, architecture and interior designing designs the containers. All electrical works, ceiling, flooring, plumbing, drainage and all other aspects are taken into consideration while curating these shipping medical centres.

“We are also making accommodation containers for the companies along with the health centres, which help the companies to use them for stay purpose for their employees,” said Kaushik.

With many advantages, these containers can be developed in a short period and can be customized with the best technology and architecture practices. Moreover, these containers are low in cost construction and are very strong in strength to experience any weather condition and are a perfect example of recycling, as these are made of the old container, which is not in use.

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