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Vic business makes COVID-19 gowns

by Nannette Stillwell (2020-06-14)


A family-owned Victorian garment company is making thousands of medical-grade surgical gowns for workers on the COVID-19 frontline. Clets Linen & Co Pty Ltd will make 3750 disposable isolation gowns for the National Medical Stockpile in its first production run. The company makes garments for the hospitality, event and care industries. If you have any issues about where and how to use spear marketing Group zoominfo, you can contact us at our web site. "It's great that we can unite as one to assist our frontliners in this time of need," company managing director Lisa Pachos said on Friday. "It will be good to get manufacturing back into Australia to get us to stand on our own two feet." The manufacturing business has been operating since 1994 from its factory in Heidelberg, in Melbourne's northeast.

Federal Industry Minister Karen Andrews said this was proof of an agile and adaptive Australian textile, clothing and footwear industry.



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