Footwear company Leomil has donated face masks to aid in COVID-19 relief.

License Global

April 4, 2020

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Leomil has activated its trade connections in Asia and has been able to acquire 200,000 face masks for donations to the healthcare system in its native Belgium.

The Cortina Group, which owns Leomil, through its professional footwear division Safety Jogger, is also a supplier of footwear to the medical industries.

Another 50,000 masks have been made available for requests from any organization that might be in need. Through an online form and through a Belgian press release, numerous requests came in and the masks have been provided at no cost.

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