CINCINNATI - July 22, 2020 - (Newswire.com)
Heartland Health, a manufacturer located in Fairfield, Ohio is producing disposable face masks for Ohio and neighbor states after Ohioans fell victim to foreign PPE supply channel issues during COVID-19.
“After witnessing a shortage in PPE due to unreliable suppliers we knew we could make a difference for Ohio. Within a week, we built a face mask machine and were producing masks off the line, shipping direct to local consumers,” said Al Fischer, Heartland Health founder.
Heartland Health works to support the community they manufacturer in. The company has a strong vision of reducing dependence on global supply chains for critical products and bringing manufacturing back to the US.
“When communities manufacture to support their own, they take advantage of local resources, create jobs and reduce time and cost to get products to the consumer. This all creates a higher standard of US living,” Fischer explained.
About Heartland Health
Heartland Health is an FDA-registered, non-woven manufacturer founded in Southwest Ohio. As it dedicates it’s supply to Ohio and surrounding states it looks to expand its PPE model to other states to grow community independence during pandemics such as COVID-19.
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