FENC Donating Intubation Boxes and Face Shields to Hospitals in Taiwan
The year 2020 began in Taiwan with a surge of COVID-19 cases. In the wake of the crisis, FENC swiftly adjusted production strategies and prioritized the production of medical-grade products. From then on, FENC has been supplying over 90% of the raw materials used to produce the inner layer of medical face masks in Taiwan, safeguarding the public against the pandemic.
In June 2021, FENC donated 200 intubation boxes and 1,600 face shields to Far Eastern Memorial Hospital. Both items are made of the medical-grade PET sheets produced with raw materials provided by FENC. The Company also donated 5 metric tons of medical-grade PET sheets. The donation is sufficient for the production of 3,600 intubation
boxes, using the least amount of time to help patients in the 171 medical institutions in Taiwan.
FENC joined forces with Wan Jeou Pying Plastics Industry Co., Ltd., using FENC’s medical-grade PET sheets to produce Taiwan Box, the intubation box developed by Dr. Zhi-Qing Chiu, Dr. Hsien-Yung Lai and Dr. Chih-Yuan Huang. FENC’s medical-grade PET sheet is light, transparent and durable, suitable for producing anti-COVID-19 products. Amid the surging confirmed cases, it is the hope that this move may benefit healthcare providers, helping them complete medical duties with efficiency while preventing splatters as well as contamination. By producing protective equipment that address medical and safety needs, FENC is standing guard over the health of frontline healthcare providers.