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Helmer Scientific Response to COVID-19

Posted on Apr 03, 2020 by Bruce King

_A Message from the CEO

Dear Valued Customer, 

Our purpose and work culture at Helmer Scientific are summarized best by our motto statement: WE CARE so THEY CAN… Protecting what matters most to caregivers and their patients.

Our company is devoted to supporting the lifesaving work you do every day, but never have we felt the weight of that commitment more than now. So, like all of you, we are balancing priorities and trying to do the most urgent good we can, while also protecting the health of our team – who we consider “indirect caregivers”. 

Every customer interaction and every product we build is vitally important to us, and our team is working hard to fill all customer needs. We know that many of you are ramping up to support heightened testing and increased care loads and, as a result, we’ve received many priority requests. In addition to supporting normal customer orders, we are now also working to deliver products that are filling time-sensitive needs brought on by COVID-19. We are working with urgency, passion, and purpose every day to support the work of our healthcare providers on the front lines to combat this unprecedented pandemic. 

Helmer Scientific continues to adapt new best practices to protect the health of team members and the community. We are acting in accordance to recommendations from the CDC and the state and federal government so that we are fulfilling orders safely.  

On behalf of every Helmer Scientific employee, thank you for your tireless work. We also want to extend a special thank you to all the healthcare providers involved in COVID-19 testing and delivering care to our families and friends. 

In Sincere Gratitude, 

Bruce King

Bruce King, CEO
Helmer Scientific 

Bruce King

Written by Bruce King

Bruce King is CEO of Helmer Scientific, a growing Noblesville, Indiana manufacturer and distributor of biological storage and processing equipment for hospital blood banks and clinical labs worldwide. He currently serves as Chairman of the Community Health Network board of directors and is a member of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) board. He previously served on multiple boards and committees within the central Indiana community including Joy’s House, Horizons at St. Richards, Community Visionary Enterprises, Inc., and The Indianapolis Sailing Club, and has volunteered in Guatemala and Rwanda in support of nonprofit development projects. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Purdue, his early career was spent in Industrial and Mechanical engineering, operations management, and new product development. Bruce later obtained an MBA and Masters in Finance from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and was a 2008 Hoosier Fellow at the Randall Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence.

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