On June 5th, I visited Kawaguchi City Hall and delivered gauze masks for children.
In May, while it was reported that masks were saturated, there was actually a shortage of children's masks.
Now that I think about it, there are many companies that make Abenomasks for adults anyway, so it may have been planned that it would be useful to make smaller ones in the future. Hats off to the government's long-term perspective.
This time, in response to a request from Kawaguchi City, we partnered with a factory in Nantong City, China, which is also called the city of textiles, and supplied about 86,000 masks for children using high-density gauze to Kawaguchi City Hall. I have provided it.
We have made various efforts to ensure that you can use it safely and securely.
If there is a trader who will do the same thing in the future, I hope it can be a little helpful.
So, in the second half, we will release the instructions and reports to the factory!
- We use gauze that has high density, durability, and breathability.
- antibacterial treatment
- Water shrink treatment (does not shrink significantly even when washed with water)
- Spare ear strap
- Inspection by a third party
- Performance test (Nissenken Quality Evaluation Center Nantong Office)
[Excerpt from production instructions]
After the delivery, I received the word that the government office was also satisfied.
In the mask industry, we, the J-BOX team, are really like new employees, learning while completing the work given to our customers. We are confident that we can deliver what you want.
Thank you for your continued support.