MANGO IS TO MANUFACTURE 13,000 GOWNS FOR HEALTHCARE TEAMS

It is doing this in collaboration with the Pablo Horstmann Foundation, which has acquired 30,000 metres of approved fabric 

Mango is continuing its fight against COVID-19 and will manufacture 13,000 disposable polyethylene gowns for healthcare teams.To do this, the company has transformed its usual process of creating garment collections to a large-scale system to manufacture gowns.More than 30 Mango employees have been working on this project since 8 April at the company's facilities in Palau-solità i Plegamans.

The Pablo Horstmann Foundation was responsible for acquiring more than 30,000 metres of approved fabric and will also be responsible for distributing the 13,000 gowns among hospitals, care homes and centres for the disabled, according the greatest vulnerability and need.

This initiative joins the list of actions Mango has been carrying out since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the 2 million face masks it donated to the Spanish Ministry of Health a few weeks ago, which have already been distributed among hospitals throughout Spain.

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