Managers and employees at Ranch Cryogenics of Dwight have been working around the clock to get one of the region’s largest oxygen plants up and running in order to serve hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic.
The issue at the oxygen plant meant that four employees worked 12-hour night shifts and four worked 12-hour day shifts to get the plant back onstream.
“One of the top oxygen plants was down, and obviously have an oxygen producing plant down is not good during the coronavirus,” explained Michael Duffy, Ranch Cryogenics’ Vice-President and General Manger.
“We took the job at a time when only essential workers were allowed on site, and we had to have a special letter that our employees kept in their truck.”
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