Mölnlycke supplies Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare with additional 12 million face masks
By utilising its extensive global supplier network, the world-leading medical solutions company, Mölnlycke has managed to contract suppliers for additional deliveries of face masks to Sweden.
The contract with the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare covers the delivery of 12 million type IIR face masks, to be delivered throughout 2020. An additional 300 000 face masks will be shipped immediately to Stockholm where the need is most urgent.
‘While the world is screaming for face masks and sourcing is becoming increasingly difficult, we are proud to be able to leverage our global footprint and experience to deliver additional professional face masks to our customers in Sweden and beyond, says Mölnlycke’s CEO Richard Twomey.
‘The national Board of Health and Welfare are very satisfied with the purchase of face masks from Mölnycke, which will be of great importance for the Swedish health care sector during this covid-19 pandemic’, says Director general, Olivia Wigzell.
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Mölnlycke is a world-leading medical products and solutions company that equips healthcare professionals to achieve the best patient, clinical and economic outcomes. We design and supply products and solutions for use in wound treatment, pressure ulcer and infection prevention and surgery. Our products and solutions provide value for money supported by clinical and health economic evidence.
Mölnlycke employs around 7,800 people and is owned by Investor AB. The company headquarters are in Gothenburg, Sweden and we operate in more than 100 countries worldwide. Since 2007, the company is part of Investor AB, an engaged owner of high-quality, global companies which was founded by the Wallenberg family in 1916. For more information, please visit www.molnlycke.com.