Companies Offering KN95 Masks
ProcurementIQ provides a list of vendors offering KN95 masks
3M is one of the largest manufacturers of PPE in the world. They produce large quantities of KN95 masks that are mostly provided to buyers in China. However, given they now have an exemption to provide these masks to domestic buyers, they will likely route KN95 masks to the United States due to the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Allmed is a Chinese manufacturer of medical supplies and equipment. They are authorized by the FDA to provide KN95 masks to the United States. Their masks are single-use and disposable. Unfortunately, as they are a smaller manufacturer located in China, there is limited information on their product availability and manufacturing output.
BYD is historically a technology company that recently shifted significant resources to face mask production. They are authorized by the FDA to provide KN95 masks to the United States. They estimate that their manufacturing operations are able to produce over 5 million masks per day with plans to further increase production levels.
Dongguan Huagang Communication Technology has adapted their manufacturing processes to provide KN95 masks. They are authorized by the FDA to provide masks to US buyers.
The Guangdong province is home to many manufacturing companies that have shifted production to KN95 masks. Guangzhou Aiyinmei Company is one of these new vendors that aims to provide KN95 masks due to the sharp increase in supply. They are authorized by the FDA to provide masks to US buyers.
Similar to other vendors in the Guangdong province, Guangdong Fei Fan MStar Technology has boosted their production of KN95 masks in recent months. They are authorized by the FDA to provide masks to US buyers.
Guangzhou Harley Commodity Company is an established Chinese manufacturer of PPE, including KN95 face masks. They are authorized by the FDA to provide masks to US buyers and have a sizable production capacity. Additionally, they can produce N95 masks as well.
Guangzhou Powercom Labor Insurance Supplies Company has shifted production to provide KN95 masks. They are authorized by the FDA to export masks to the United States.
Juntech Healthcare Materials Company has been providing PPE since 2010. They previously focused mostly on bandages and adhesive tape, but they recently expanded their offerings to include KN95 face masks. They are authorized by the FDA to provide masks to US buyers.
Shauguan Taijie Protection Technology Company is a new vendor that was established in February of 2020. They aim to provide KN95 masks to a variety of buyers and are authorized by the FDA to export to the United States. They currently estimate lead times of 15 workdays.
Weini Technology Development Company is an established Chinese manufacturer of PPE. They have been operating since 1995 and are authorized by the FDA to provide KN95 masks to US buyers.
Over 700 different technology companies in China, such as Foxconn and BYD, have adjusted their manufacturing capabilities to produce large quantities of facemasks.
FDA provides list of authorized KN95 respirators
On April 11, the FDA released an updated list of authorized manufacturers of KN95 masks from China. This list will likely continue to be updated as more companies apply for the exemptions.
Hundreds of manufacturing companies have adapted their technology to produce KN95 masks. Many companies have formed partnerships with non-standard raw materials providers as well.
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