Printers Producing Face Masks for Hospitals
To help local health care workers and save lives threatened by the coronavirus, an Alabama printer has stepped up and started producing face masks for hospitals, an item in very short supply.
Calagaz Printing, a third-generation family-owned printing business in Mobile, Ala., is gearing up to produce 5,000 face masks per day, according to the Alabama PressCenter.
Meanwhile, Phase 3 Marketing and Communications, which operates three print and fabrication facilities in Atlanta, Dallas, and Fairfield, N.J., has created two healthcare personal protective equipment solutions, clear rigid vinyl face shields and workplace protective acrylic barriers, to help protect individuals and companies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more about their efforts here.
In Manchester, Conn., Allied Printing Services has found a way to manufacture PPE (personal protective equipment), specifically face shields, which they plan to donate to local hospitals to aid COVID-19 relief. Read that story here.