Shortages in medical gowns and other companies from different industries have entered into production New Corona April 27 21:03

There is a growing trend for companies in different industries to newly produce medical gowns and face shields, which are lacking due to the spread of new coronavirus infections.

Kawasaki Heavy Industries, a major machine maker, started producing medical gowns and face shields on the 20th of this month at its Kobe and Harima plants in Hyogo prefecture.

Up to 1400 medical gowns per day and up to 500 face shields per day because employees work at home after working at the factory after working at home. We are aiming for production.
These products are to be provided to the local hospital.

In addition, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has begun production of face shields using a 3D printer at its factory in Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture from 21st of this month.
It plans to produce about 1500 pieces a month and provide them to local municipalities and medical institutions.

In addition to this, face shields are being produced one after another by Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Ricoh.

Meanwhile, Mazda has revealed that it has provided the 30,000 masks it had stored to medical institutions in Hiroshima and Yamaguchi prefectures.

In addition, Toyota Motor and Honda are expanding their movements to support medical sites in the manufacturing industry, such as by providing vehicles with separated front and rear seats to transport mild patients.