TLT-Turbo GmbH, a global ventilation fans and systems manufacturer with their head office located in Zweibruecken and production site in Bad Hersfeld (Germany), today announced the donation of 6000 FFP2 masks (also known as particulate filtering face piece) to help address medical supply shortages in Germany.
The masks were provided as a donation by TLT-Turbo’s parent company, PowerChina. They will be handed over to health officials from TLT-Turbo offices in Bad Hersfeld and Zweibrücken on 23 March 2020 for distribution to hospitals and other first responders facing a shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Our thoughts are with all those affected by the Coronavirus outbreak both locally and across the world. TLT-Turbo has operations located on five continents and so we approach this crisis with a global mindset while also acting locally within our immediate community. As a company and as individuals, we recognize the need to support the medical community to help safeguard the health and safety of German citizens during the Coronavirus crisis. We are privileged to assist with this donation that will help ease the burden of healthcare workers and medical personnel,” said TLT-Turbo Global Co-Managing Director, Mr. Rainer Redinger.
TLT-Turbo Global Co-Managing Director, Mr. Minggang Wan commented that TLT-Turbo is grateful for the support of their parent company, PowerChina. “PowerChina and TLT-Turbo have always had a relationship based on mutual support and cooperation. In this time of need, our relationship allows us to respond to the challenge facing our colleagues in Germany. We are grateful for the role that PowerChina has played in allowing TLT-Turbo to make a meaningful contribution to the fight against COVID-19 in Germany.”
The health and well-being of TLT-Turbo employees, their families and all German citizens remains a top priority for the company.