ONExia, Inc. in Exton known for the custom automated machines that it designs and builds for its manufacturing customers. Using robots and other cutting-edge technologies, its engineers and technicians create innovative solutions for companies like Boeing, DuPont, and TE Connectivity.
As the pandemic progressed, ONExia’s leadership realized that companies would need to find ways to protect customers and employees once businesses are again able to open. Using their experience of building safety shields for automated machines and robotic applications, ONExia’s engineers designed a series of shields and partitions that can be used in offices and on factory floors to provide required separation.
Del Toyota in Thorndale was quick to place an order.
“Being a local business in Chester County, we wanted to support another business in the area. Our goal is to keep our customers and employees safe, and the protective shields from ONExia do just that,” said Charlie Gantz, Del Toyota’s Parts Manager. “The lightweight, non-intrusive design makes them seem like they are part of the counter and provide limited obstruction to our day-to-day business.”
ONExia offers self-standing shield options that do not require permanent holes, preventing damage to the countertops and desks that they sit upon. Greg Selke, ONExia’s CEO, looks forward to putting the company’s skills and resources to good use.
“I’m glad we are able to provide something that helps everyone in the community,” he said. “From car dealerships to offices and shops, our shields are protecting people.”
Del Toyota continues to invest in safety and has purchased more shields from ONExia for additional locations.
As more businesses begin to open, ONExia is ready to meet demand.
“We have the material needed on-hand at our facility in Exton,” said Selke. “We can ship most orders in under a week.”
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