Dony Garment, a leading Vietnamese apparel manufacturer, has planned to operate a ‘face mask bus’ which is a mobile donation station to give away 100,000 face masks across Vietnam.
The distribution in the country is a part of the company’s larger charitable efforts towards supplying these life-saving masks across the world for free, including a recent donation of 100,000 reusable antimicrobial community face masks to the USA, which is also the biggest export destination of Vietnam.
“It is a part of being a good global supplier and makes me happy to see this giant yellow bus, giving out masks in the safest way possible. The automation on this vehicle is incredible. These masks are top of the line, they’re washable and reusable, made from three-ply 99.9 per cent antibacterial cloth and are water-resistant. They breathe well, but with our design using unique-nano-silver technology, they also offer extreme effectiveness. This is why our masks have been certified by some of the most stringent standards in the world,” said Henry Pham, CEO, Dony Garment.
The Dony mask doesn’t lose effectiveness for up to 60 washes, says the company.
Moving into 2021, Dony Garment hopes to secure even more distribution points, in order to get their masks out to the people in areas that need them the most.
Additionally, as far as business point of view is concerned, the company is in successful partnerships with wholesalers across the globe.
“Apart from our charity drive, our masks are available to wholesalers and distributors anywhere in the world, especially those based in the USA, the Middle East and the EU market. And with our high-quality low-cost manufacturing process, we can offer those masks at a price point that ensures almost any business model can profit from selling them,” commented Pham.