Gaming brand Razer completes face mask plant ahead of schedule

Razer, one of the leading gaming brands, announced that its face mask manufacturing plant in Singapore is now fully operational ahead six days ahead of the 30-day target. The mask line is fully automated and can produce approximately five million masks a month.

Razer, led by its CEO Min-Liang Tan, has made it a priority to donate face masks which now reached one million and benefited countries suck as Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and the United States. Health authorities have required the use of face masks to avoid contagion of the virus that causes the highly contagious COVID-19.

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Ensuring the reliability of face masks, the plant based in Singapore runs in an ISO 13485 certified controlled room environment. The masks produced will be certified according to local and international standards.