What More UK has announced it will be doing its part to save lives and protect the NHS, by going into production of parts for face masks.
In response to the national health emergency the company has announced that it will be producing parts for safety visors at a rate of 60,000 week, "until the country has enough" says Managing Director Andy Holt.
According to a company press release, "Not since the dark days of war have the country's manufacturing companies been called upon to support the greater national goals. What More UK have jumped into action out of a sense of national duty."In years to come we will be able look back with pride at how we responded to this challenge. Some put rainbows in their windows, many have joined in national rounds of applause, and now What More UK has contributed its expertise and production capabilities behind the national effort."
Tony Grimshaw OBE, company director, said: "In situations like this, times of national emergency, everyone has to play their part. We are proud of the way the nation has responded to this challenge and we are pleased to be able to offer our skills and expertise"
In just 20 years What More UK has gone from being a small start-up, to exporting to 73 countries around the world. The company is behind the very popular home storage brand Wham, whose storage boxes can be found in most houses in the UK, and they also produce housewares of all varieties; bakeware, cookware, gardenware, and products for the home laundry and utility rooms.