Razer’s face mask manufacturing line is currently operational and fully automated with a manufacturing capacity of approximately 5-million masks per month. These masks are made in Singapore and manufactured in an ISO 13485 certified controlled room environment, complete with local and international certification. Now, they’re dispensing them for free through a network of vending machines across the city-state. Read more for two videos and additional information.
The gaming hardware maker is going to deploy 20 machines at Frasers Property’s malls and JustCo co-working centers around the central business district by June 1st when Singapore is set to ease lockdown measures. They will soon partner with Sunningdale Tech Ltd, a precision plastic manufacturer, to boost its mask production capacity up to 10-million per month.
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Razer will continue our endeavors in supporting Singapore to be self-sufficient for face masks as a nation,” said Min-Liang Tan, Razer’s chief executive officer.