Theramasks and how NC Pivots

Nufabrx in Conover, NC was already in the business of medical fabrics.  They create products using copper that eliminate pain.  With the onset of Covid,  they determined to pivot and start creating antimicrobial masks.  When their product, Theramask, was featured on Fox News,  they had a huge burst of orders.  The production at their Asheboro plant has skyrocketed to around 100,000 a week. Nufabrx has sold over a million and a half masks, including one order of 250,000 to the federal government.  Not in the business of fulfilling orders,  they turned to us for help.

ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA – Jordan Schindler, Founder and CEO of Nufabrx, walks through a row of machines producing Theramasks at the Bossong Medical plant in Asheboro, N.C. on Thursday, July 16, 2020. Jeff Siner (Copyright Holder)/ The Charlotte Observer / North Carolina News Collaborative, Jeff Siner,

Our collateral management and tradeshow management departments have slowed down considerably as events cancel.  We were able to quickly spin up a program that accommodated their immediate need and respond immediately to a huge and fast influx of orders.    We are so proud to play a small role in helping flatten the curve,  and being another small part of the  innovative North Carolina Business Community.

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