Radio Interview | How 3D Printing Company is Playing a Pivotal Role in the Fight Against COVID-19 in Singapore

August 04, 20 | 1 min read

The unexpected hit of COVID-19 has disrupted businesses worldwide, causing a massive economic downturn. Asia took the first hit and other regions were shutting down sequentially. Being a global enterprise with operations worldwide, we were able to keep business going and make a swift shift from our initial business focus in the dental industry and mobilise our resources to manufacture our own nasopharyngeal swabs enabling more COVID-19 testing to take place across the region.

Our Chief Commercial Officer, Dhurv Sahgal was invited to Singapore’s business and personal finance radio station, MoneyFM 89.3 to share about how Structo managed to pivot, thrive, and even give back during these volatile times

The nature of nature of 3D printing is quite remarkable, we can print one thing today and something else tomorrow. As we saw the world slowly shutting down, the 3D printing community has been giving back printing all sorts of parts to help in the fight [of COVID-19].