COVID-19 pandemic: Lear adds capacity to produce protective masks


The US-based automotive supplier has ramped up production at its Mocksville plant to 25,000 masks per day

Lear has expanded protective masks production capacity at its AccuMED’s production facility in Mocksville, North Carolina, United States to fight the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company said in a press release on 30 March. The US-based automotive supplier donated masks to the Detroit Medical Center and the City of Detroit for use by the police and fire departments.

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