The yeclana Fama Sofas stops making furniture to produce masks because of the coronavirus
The yeclana Fama Sofas stops making furniture to produce masks because of the coronavirus.
The company responds to the call of the Yecla Hospital, which needed this product.
Fama Sofás has followed “with the utmost caution a strict process of disinfection and hygiene care” to get down to work
Yeclana Fama Sofas, one of the main companies in the furniture sector based in Yecla, has become fully involved in the fight against the coronavirus, stopping its production of usual products to get down to work to manufacture the much-demanded protective masks.
Félix López, founder of the company, said in his blog that “we received a call from Alfredo Ortuño telling us that from Yecla Hospital they were looking for companies that could manufacture masks. 24 hours later we were already extending and cutting a thousand masks and the sewing team was preparing their work stations to start sewing these masks”.
Fama Sofás has followed “with the utmost caution a strict process of disinfection and hygiene care to get to work, and so almost without realizing it, instead of manufacturing sofas we are altruistically manufacturing masks,” says the businessman.
“We don’t want this to be seen as a project of Fame, it is a project of the people who work at Fame”, concludes Felix Lopez.