Termovent is working with Poonawalla Science Park to create a microbiological laboratory for research and testing for the detection and control of viruses such as Covid-19
We have experienced more than two months of a great crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The number of patients increased every day, employees worked according to special regimes (mostly from home), Termovent organised the factory in three shifts, according to all health protection procedures, the borders were closed and the possibility of performing daily tasks was reduced to a minimum.
Following the realised project of the laboratory “Fire Eye” at the Clinical Center of Serbia in Belgrade, Termovent entered a project that aims, among other things, to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.
On Friday, 8 May, 14 specialists from Termovent set out for the Netherlands. In the next few months, they will have the task, together with other teams from the EU, of working for the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world, Poonawalla Science Park to create a microbiological laboratory for research and testing for the detection and control of viruses such as Covid-19.
The size and significance of the project is proven by the fact that the project is supported by the Ministry of Health of the Netherlands and the World Health Organization and has been declared a project of exceptional importance.
Dušan Perović, President of Termovent said: "I am proud to be the head of a company that is very recognisable throughout the EU, enough to entrust us with projects of national interest of the countries in which we work, which are so complex that the number of companies that can implement them is very small.
"I am proud to point out the huge work and expertise of our associates, who with their work and knowledge have made a large number of positive references around the world, EU, RF, UAE, SA, India, which has significantly contributed to our company becoming famous and top companies dealing with this area.
"I owe a great deal of gratitude to the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, as well as to the embassies of the Republic of Serbia in The Hague and Budapest, without which this endeavor would not have been possible.
"I wish our team of experts in the Netherlands good health, and a lot of information will be given to you by our Head of Engineering, Prijić Glišo, who manages all these jobs."