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To become a global leader in the medical trolley industry

As a staunch advocate for environmental protection and sustainable development,

Fangge is not only committed to improving the user experience of products and achieving the sustainability of corporate strategies,

but also actively engages in "carbon reduction" in various aspects such as production, materials, and operations.

Efforts are made to implement carbon reduction in every link of the industrial chain.

By using environmentally friendly and recycled materials,

Fangge strives to effectively save energy and reduce consumption from the source, contributing to environmental protection.

Aluminum metal recycling

Aluminum not only gives Fangge products their iconic appearance, making them lightweight, aesthetically pleasing, and durable, but it also helps us reduce our carbon footprint. Moreover, the aluminum we use is 100% recyclable indefinitely. According to some studies, the carbon footprint of recycled aluminum can be more than 50% lower than that of primary aluminum. Recycling and reusing aluminum is also a crucial way to achieve carbon neutrality. It reduces the demand for new aluminum materials, thereby lessening the environmental impact and taking a significant step towards our goal of carbon neutrality.

Plastic recycling

At Fangge, plastic is omnipresent, from the surface of handcart tables to drawers, in hundreds of product components. Each type of plastic material has different performance requirements. Although we consistently use virgin ABS granules for injection-molded plastic components, these granules are recyclable. We are also implementing a "reduce plastic" initiative, aiming to decrease the use of plastic by substituting materials with alternatives.

Durable and long-lasting

A long product lifespan not only brings a superior experience for users but is also crucial for conserving the Earth's limited resources and achieving carbon neutrality goals. The carts we develop undergo rigorous testing in demanding hospital scenarios, extending the lifecycle of these products benefits the planet and allows us to provide more products and services to a broader range of users. A longer product replacement cycle means that healthcare professionals can use the same product for an extended period, reducing the frequency of new product purchases and lowering the environmental impact. Moreover, an extended product replacement cycle promotes sustainable design, making products more durable, easy to maintain, and recyclable, thereby reducing resource waste and waste generation.

Preparing for the next generation of products

Our products are part of users' daily routines, and as such, we design them to meet stringent requirements for over 10 years of use, minimizing disruptions caused by maintenance and repairs. Engineers in our reliability testing laboratory assess product designs based on rigorous durability standards, measuring the performance of materials, components, and fully assembled products. The testing methods we employ simulate various conditions of use in hospital scenarios, evaluating numerous aspects of each cart comprehensively. In-depth user research, understanding how users interact with and potentially misuse products, informs the durability standards we set. Throughout the product development process, we subject hundreds of product units to testing, using the results to inform the design of the next generation of products.