Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of Razer, just posted an update regarding the company’s promise of transforming some of its manufacturing lines into face mask production lines.
Tan wrote on Facebook:
Just a quick update on our mask donation efforts.
The masks that we are donating are either coming from the manufacturing lines in China that we have converted, or from other sources that we have purchased/procured the masks.
We’re now getting the initial shipments (despite of challenges such as flight space and material shortage) to various government bodies worldwide and hopefully, to the frontline asap.
Please do understand we’re getting overwhelmed by requests globally and we’re doing our best!
With a shortage of face masks and other personal protective equipment especially for people in the frontline, this can be a huge help.
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