Iris Ohyama begins shipping masks made in Japan gradually

In the future, the company plans to produce 150 million masks per month.

Engadget JP (Translation)
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2020年07月10日, 午後 02:54 in egmt
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Irisohyama Mask
Nano Air Mask (7 masks), the first product produced at the Kakuda Plant in Miyagi Prefecture.

This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl.

Iris Ohyama, a company that deals with home appliances and other products, has announced that it will begin shipping masks manufactured at its Kakuda plant in Miyagi Prefecture on July 9.

The product has already been announced as the "Nano Air Mask", but the main topic of this announcement is the start of full-scale operations at the plant and the start of shipments from the plant.

The company will continue to install production equipment in stages, aiming to produce 150 million nonwoven masks per month.

The facility also produces intermediate layer filters (melt-blown) and inner and outer monolayer nonwovens (spunbonded) as nonwovens for masks.

According to Iris Ohyama, the company has invested about 3 billion yen in the facilities at its Kakuda plant in Miyagi Prefecture and will employ 100 people.

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This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl. The Japanese edition of Engadget does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this article.

 
 

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