Dear friends, clients, partners and other involved parties,
First of all, I sincerely hope that you and your loved ones are in good health. Be careful and stay safe.
Secondly, I would like to explain how Coronavirus impacts our ability to serve our clients and work with our partners, friends and other parties. We are taking all the measures being installed by local governments and the World Health Organisation.
Where able, all our people are working from home, and we are committed to being there for you. When our people have to be on site to produce the materials for our running projects, to arranging transport or to build them, we follow strict procedures to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved and to deliver the level of quality our customers have come to expect from us. While this may cause some delay at times, your and our health is the most important.
Thirdly, we are proud to be contributing to the fight against this crisis. All around the world, Losberger De Boer structures are already being used to expand hospital capacity, built either by our customers or by ourselves. We are proud that by providing triage tents, hospital wards, quarantine tents and drive-in test centers, we are able to play a small part in aiding our healthcare professionals and in fighting this pandemic. By working together we push back against the virus and support a return to better times .
In summary, in these uncertain times which may be with us for quite a while, we remain absolutely committed to helping you. Our teams are at your disposal and we will continue to aid you with all the support and help you need to get through this difficult period. We remain, as always, committed to your success as well as your health.
Arnout de Hair,
CEO Losberger De Boer
Losberger De Boer’s tents and temporary structures are very quick to build and can be used as temporary quarantine tents, triage centres, wards and morgues. We offer hospitals a number of rapidly deployable emergency facilities that can support them in their fight against the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Our wide range of emergency facilities for hospitals are immediately available and take only hours to deploy and build, regardless of your location. As one of the largest global suppliers of rapidly deployable emergency structures, Losberger De Boer is ready to support the healthcare industry with temporary structures.
Coronavirus outbreak – temporary facilities for hospitals
As a result of the Coronavirus outbreak, hospitals struggle to keep pace with the rapid spread of the virus. Losberger De Boer offers hospitals a way to quickly expand their capacity. Within a few hours of the initial contact, we can start building your temporary medical facilities, such as a temporary triage centre, quarantine tents, hospital wards or temporary morgues. All of these solutions can be equipped with additional facilities such as electricity and climate control.
A reliable partner to governments, medical authorities and NGO’s
Losberger De Boer has a great deal of experience in providing hospitals, national and local governments, the United Nations and various NGOs, such as the Red Cross, with temporary medical facilities.
A pandemic such as the current Coronavirus outbreak is one of the most demanding and challenging situations imaginable for hospitals and local governments. Losberger De Boer can help to expand the capacity of healthcare institutions quickly and accurately, to give them the means to continue to do their job as well as possible.
We can be on site within hours
All our facilities are rapidly deployable and can then be set up in a very short time, allowing you to have a fully functioning quarantine tent, triage centre, infirmary or morgue at your disposal on the shortest possible term. Contact us and we'll work with you directly to find the best and quickest emergency solution!
Losberger De Boer, a leading provider of integrated temporary and semi-permanent space solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of Joachim Ehlers as Chief Financial Officer of the company. He will start with the company on February 1, 2020.
Joachim Ehlers (German nationality, 52 years) is an experienced CFO who has an extensive financial background from working at companies across different industry sectors as Logistics, Finance, Trading & Distribution and Production. Joachim has a strong track record in helping companies to improve their performance and to grow their businesses. He started his professional career at
KPMG International and has a MBA degree from the University of Cologne, Germany.
Arnout de Hair, CEO Losberger De Boer: “We are very pleased that Joachim has decided to join our company as CFO. During his career, he has built up a broad experience in Finance, Legal, ICT and other management domains across various companies. Joachim has shown his capabilities to improve the performance of companies and to realize results. He has a hands-on mentality and an open way of communicating that fits well to the culture of our company. We are convinced that Joachim will successfully work with us to further grow Losberger De Boer.
Joachim will succeed our current CFO Nicolas Reinhart who joined our company in 2018 with the important assignment to support Losberger De Boer as CFO during the refinancing process. After the realization of the financing agreement, reinforcement of the financial structure and the progress made with the professionalization of our financial organization, Nicolas has decided that he would like to take up a new challenge outside Losberger De Boer. We regret his decision, but are grateful for the contributions he has made to our company. We wish Nicolas all the best in his future endeavours.”