The Atlanta Journal Constitution shares Marena's story on how manufacturing shifted production to Reusable Antibacterial Face Masks due to the coronavirus pandemic and has been able to add 50 new workers to its staff.
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, visited the Marena Group’s Lawrenceville facility on Wednesday, the day after its switch to maskmaking was announced. After the pandemic first caused a slowdown at the company, a switch to mask production allowed the company to add to its staff, Collins said... Keep reading on the Atlanta Journal Constitution, here.
April 29, 2020 | U.S. Representative Doug Collins tours Marena's manufacturing plant to see first hand face mask production efforts in response to the COVID-19 epidemic.
April 29, 2020 | FOX5 Atlanta visited our production facility to see how Marena's team is supporting the needs of communities during COVID-19.
Leading U.S. Healthcare Company Marena Group Introduces Non-Surgical Mask For Healthcare Professionals, Employees And The General Public. The reusable Personal Protective Equipment masks are now in production in Marena's FDA approved, Georgia facility that has made post-surgical medical device gear for over 25 years.