Goodfellow is supplying materials used to make protective equipment for workers dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Goodfellow is supplying materials used to make protective equipment for workers dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.

Research materials supplier, Goodfellow, is reportedly supplying materials used to make protective equipment for workers dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.

The company has donated 130 kilos of polypropylene (PPE) coil to Stamford School in Lincolnshire, UK, where teachers are making 1,000 protective face masks a day, and a number of other companies that are supplying protective equipment to hospitals.

‘Goodfellow has the ability to help frontline workers with the specialist materials used to make PPE – so it was a clear opportunity for us to start contributing on a local level to this global crisis,’ said Stephen Aldersley, CEO.

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