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Burberry said at the end of March it would repurpose its trenchcoat factory in Castleford West Yorkshire to make non-surgical gowns and masks for hospital patients The government has been criticised for not providing enough PPE for NHS and other care workers to In New Jersey Eclipse a mattress company has switched from stitching beds to making masks according to NJ The company plans to donate the initial batch of 38 000 masks to a local hospital If it goes well the company plans to ramp up production and continue to offer the masks free of charge to healthcare workers fighting Covid-19 7

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Burberry has put forth great efforts to help with COVID-19 aid even repurposing one of its factories to create gowns and masks for hospitals while also funding vaccine research Unfortunately though there are no Burberry masks for sale for us to wear - and honestly they might be a little out of our price range even if they were available

Burberry said it has donated more than 100 000 pieces of PPE while it has also transformed its Yorkshire trench coat factory to produce protective equipment for hospital staff The fashion giant said it has donated PPE including masks the company has sourced to help the global health emergency It also said it has transformed its Castleford factory to manufacture non-surgical gowns and

British fashion powerhouse Burberry is making its own contribution to the fight against COVID-19 adapting its global supply chain to fast-track the delivery of 100 000 face marks to the NHS Furthermore the trench coat factory in Castleford has been temporarily repurposed to make non-surgical gowns and masks for UK hospitals and funds from the business are being channelled into Oxford

This is a developing story please check back for updates In the wake of the global novel coronavirus pandemic common medical supplies like ventilators medical masks hospital gowns and hand sanitizer have become scarce — and manufacturers of such supplies cannot keep up So manufacturers from fashion to autos have turned to making medical supplies to help combat COVID-19

Burberry said it has donated more than 100 000 pieces of PPE while it has also transformed its Yorkshire trench coat factory to produce protective equipment for hospital staff The fashion giant said it has donated PPE including masks the company has sourced to help the global health emergency It also said it has transformed its Castleford factory to manufacture non-surgical gowns and

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Burberry said at the end of March it would repurpose its trenchcoat factory in Castleford West Yorkshire to make non-surgical gowns and masks for hospital patients The government has been criticised for not providing enough PPE for NHS and other care workers to protect them in their work

HM and Zara to source gloves scrubs and hospital gowns Fast-fashion clothing giants HM and Inditex (the company that acquired Zara) have also played a big role in extending their help and support towards fighting COVID-19 pandemic While the Swedish brand has opted to produce and source gloves scrubs and masks for hospitals in the

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Burberry which is involved in the project has retooled its factory in Castleford West Yorkshire from making trench coats to produce protective masks and clothing Will Campbell Sales Manager at Don Low said that its factory had dedicated 100 per cent of capacity to the NHS

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Burberry is funding the vaccine research currently happening at Oxford University The British luxury label has also converted its Yorkshire factory into a facility to make surgical masks as well as non-surgical gowns and masks Chanel has announced its plan to start making masks once given the greenlight by the French government The French label has also donated €1 2 million to an

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In New Jersey Eclipse a mattress company has switched from stitching beds to making masks according to NJ The company plans to donate the initial batch of 38 000 masks to a local hospital If it goes well the company plans to ramp up production and continue to offer the masks free of charge to healthcare workers fighting Covid-19 7

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Luxury fashion retailer Burberry is making use of its global supply chain and funds to acquire and supply surgical masks and other supplies for medical staff and patients The company is also retooling a trench coat factory in Yorkshire in order to make non-surgical gowns and masks for patients as well as helping to fund COVID-19 vaccine research Other textile manufacturers are pitching in

Burberry is funding the vaccine research currently happening at Oxford University The British luxury label has also converted its Yorkshire factory into a facility to make surgical masks as well as non-surgical gowns and masks Chanel has announced its plan to start making masks once given the greenlight by the French government The French label has also donated €1 2 million to an

In New Jersey Eclipse a mattress company has switched from stitching beds to making masks according to NJ The company plans to donate the initial batch of 38 000 masks to a local hospital If it goes well the company plans to ramp up production and continue to offer the masks free of charge to healthcare workers fighting Covid-19 7

Burberry announced on Instagram Saturday that the company's global supply chain network is being used to deliver 100 000 surgical masks to the United Kingdom's National Health Service Additionally the label's trench coat factory in Castleford Yorkshire has been re-purposed to make non-surgical gowns and masks for patients

FASHION house Burberry has announced that the company will do their bit to fight coronavirus by making hospital gowns and masks for the NHS The designer label is aiming to fasttrack more than 100 000 face masks to NHS workers using its Yorkshire

– Burberry hospital gowns – With many medics angry at a lack of kit the government has asked manufacturers to switch to making ventilators scrubs and personal protective equipment (PPE) such as masks The Royal Mint is one of those taking up the challenge switching production from coins to medical visors It made 750 on Saturday and hopes to increase this to 4 000 a day from next week

British fashion powerhouse Burberry is making its own contribution to the fight against COVID-19 adapting its global supply chain to fast-track the delivery of 100 000 face marks to the NHS Furthermore the trench coat factory in Castleford has been temporarily repurposed to make non-surgical gowns and masks for UK hospitals and funds from the business are being channelled into Oxford

Burberry announced on Instagram Saturday that the company's global supply chain network is being used to deliver 100 000 surgical masks to the United Kingdom's National Health Service Additionally the label's trench coat factory in Castleford Yorkshire has been re-purposed to make non-surgical gowns and masks for patients

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