Many companies across the state and right here in Northwest Ohio have modified their operations to now supply necessary PPE for health care personnel. Check out and recognize some of these local businesses.
Allied Plastics (Toledo)
Custom plastics fabrication shop now building out custom acrylic intubation boxes
American Frame (Maumee)
The custom picture frame company is producing custom acrylic barriers for use in public places as essential social distancing measures and also printing CDC essential signage
BP America (Oregon)
A leading energy producer, BP America is donating 3 million gallons of jet fuel to FedEx and Alaska Airlines to support the timely delivery of personal protective equipment and other essential goods to areas of the U.S. at greatest risk for COVID-19
BRP Manufacturing (Lima)
Rubber product manufacturer producing and donating 1,000 face shields to local hospital.
Concordance Healthcare Solutions (Tiffin)
Leading distributor of medical supplies and healthcare equipment partnering with Formlabs by distributing nasal swabs across Ohio and U.S.
Manufacturer of phototherapeutic products now building machines to disinfect facial masks
Axle and driveshaft manufacturer donated masks to local hospitals
3D printing company part of a statewide effort to provide 200,000 testing swabs by end of April
Innovative Handling (Sylvania)
Industrial manufacturing company created Covinator, a box which uses UVC lighting to disinfect PPE equipment
Magna Visual (Perrysburg)
Mass producing face shields
Maumee Bay Brewing (Toledo)
Craft brewery now producing hand sanitizer
North Star Bluescope Steel (Delta)
Steel manufacturer purchased and donated 2,000 respirators and masks, along with Tyvek suits, to front-line workers, as well as ipads to area nursing homes.
O-I Glass (Perrysburg)
Worldwide glass packaging manufacturer using 3D printing capabilities to make face shield frames for Northwest Ohio medical community
Ottawa Rubber Company (Holland)
Injection molding die cutting company now producing silicone straps for face shields.
RMC Gaming (Toledo)
3D printer of cosplay props now producing 3D printed face shields
Industrial automation company teaming with O-I Glass to create face shield frames
Rudolph Libbe Group (Walbridge)
The construction management company has donated N-95 masks and intubation boxes to local healthcare systems.
Silgan Plastics (Ottawa)
Plastic container company donated more than 25,000 masks to frontline workers in Putnam and Allen counties.
Therma Tru (Maumee)
The nation’s leading manufacturer of door systems is producing face shields for front-line workers using 3D printers. They have already made and donated more than 100 masks
Toledo Spirits (Toledo)
Craft spirit distiller now producing hand sanitizer
Turbine Standard (Holland)
Aircraft engine repair company made arrangement to have a plane deliver 80,000 surgical masks from Mexico to Toledo.
United States Plastic Corp (Lima)
Plastics manufacturer producing and donating 1,000 face shields to help keep doctors and nurses safe.
World’s leading home appliance company is designing face mask extenders and S-hooks for medical face masks using 3D printers. So far Whirlpool has donated more than 300 to Lima hospital