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Textile companies in Taiwan modified porduction lines to produce protective suits and gears


Several textile companies in Taiwan had modified their production lines and ramp up output to meet demands of personal protective equipment (PPE) and face masks to combat COVID-19 pandemic.


The modification of production lines aim to help the government to its counter measure against COVID-19 and output is ramping up to meet high demands.

The companies that have stepped up to the challenge is a "national team" six manufacturers, which are producing protective hospital gowns that have P3 particulate filters, in a report by CNA.

Taiwanese textile manufacturer  Makalot Industrial, Eclat Textile, Kang Na Hsiung Enterprise and four others answer the call for such demand.

Makalot Industrial will lead the other domestic companies in producing special protective gowns for people on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19. (CNA photo)
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