Disposable Masks Manufacturer Looks To Future Growth
Consumer demand for masks likely won’t slow following the pandemic, says DemeTECH VP Luis Arguello Jr. The PPE and medical equipment company has continued manufacturing masks despite supply chain disruptions and increased competition.
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