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Accelerate The Good – University Kia of Durham N.C. Donates Face Shields to Duke-Health

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- A donation of Personal Protective Equipment assembled at Kia's U.S. plant is the latest element of Kia Motors' "Accelerate The Good" program. To aid in the fight against COVID-19, University Kia of Durham has donated more than 100 face shields for medical worker use at Duke.

Free PPE to Long Term Care Facilities in Alameda County California Event Set for Friday, June 26, 2020

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Ombudsman Services of Contra Costa, Solano and Alameda today announces the upcoming free drive-through PPE distribution to Alameda County facilities on Friday, June 26, 2020.

San Diego company distributes PPE nationwide to hospitals and government agencies in need during the coronavirus pandemic

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- A local San Diego company, The PPE Supply Co., plays a significant role in getting hospitals and government agencies the PPE they need. Located in San Marcos, California the company began in an attempt to help during the coronavirus crisis.

The GreenShield Company’s nano-particle finish can be a barrier to virus spread

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The GreenShield Company, a division of BigSky Technologies LLC, is responding to the global Coronavirus pandemic with concern and hope for those being impacted by the disease. GreenShield is taking this opportunity to evaluate its products effectiveness in reducing the ability of the Coronavirus to contaminate and transmit on different surfaces.

New Global Coalition, FiberShield, Responds with 1 Million+ Face Shields and Counting

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- FiberShield.org, a new international coalition of paper and packaging companies, founded by Ed Zumbiel of Zumbiel Packaging, Hebron, Kentucky and Andreas Keller, of Pawi, Switzerland, in response to the PPE shortage, has, in less than a month manufactured more than 1 million face shields to help protect those on the frontlines fighting COVID-19.

Talon International, a global manufacturer, is leveraging its supply chain, delivering millions of pieces of PPE to global market

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Talon International, has retooled its manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and around the world to supply Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for medical and non-medical. Talon is supplying 3-ply face masks and medical-grade face shields, as well as cloth masks, gloves, alcohol wipes, hand sanitizer, and isolation gowns.

BluEdge 3D Prints Face Shields for Healthcare Workers, Donates PPE to NE Hospitals

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- BluEdge is proud to announce that our production facilities have been reconfigured and dedicated to the production of PPE Face Shields. Over the past several weeks, BluEdge has transferred all of its Ultimaker 3D printers to its Belleville, New Jersey branch.

Jamestown Plastics announces TrueHero Extreme Coverage Face Shields for Medical Staff and Front-Liners

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- TrueHero Face Shields are the result of good old American ingenuity and the entrepreneurial spirit that drives our country. Recognizing that the need for such shields was only going to grow with the spread of COVID-19, plastics manufacturer, Jay Baker, of Jamestown Plastics, rallied his troops and, in a matter of days, designed and began manufacturing TrueHero™ Face Shields at his facility.

Veteran owned California company can provide 500,000 masks per day to protect doctors and nurses

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Golden Eagle International LLC (GEI), a veteran owned global product developer and producer, announced today that they can provide tens of millions of FDA sanctioned KN95 and N95 Respirator Masks as well as Medical Face Shields from their global network to our brave healthcare workers who are literally begging for these items.

Oregon-based Inked Gaming Donates 15,000 Masks to Hospitals and First Responders

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- When healthcare workers around Oregon started asking for hand-sewn mask donations, Oregon-based gaming supplies company, Inked Gaming, answered the call. It quickly set its sewing team into action to create more than 15,000 face masks that will be donated to hospitals and first responders suffering from the state's personal protective equipment (PPE) shortage.

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