DACH Schutzbekleidung chartered a Boeing 767 with urgently needed protective equipment for medical personnel in the fight against the corona crisis.
Last week, DACH delivered protective clothing for the Federal Ministry of Health including several million respiratory and face masks for distribution to critical infrastructures.
In the fight against the effects of the corona pandemic, DACH Schutzbekleidung has started its own airlift for urgently needed protective equipment in addition to its own production of respiratory masks in Germany (start May 2020).
In order to do so, DACH chartered a Boeing 767 passenger plane in order to make an important contribution to the care of our medical staff in Germany in addition to the initiatives of the Federal Ministry of Health.
The machine we chartered will fly protective equipment from China to Germany on a weekly basis. The first aircraft with several million FFP2 respiratory masks, medical face masks, anti-infection gowns and protective suits has already landed.This airlift is an important pillar for the supply of our hospitals, emergency services and crisis centres. This will be maintained by DACH for as long as required in order to react flexibly to the crisis. Safely stowed: DACH products in the Boeing 767.