SEMA Members Making a Difference

Many members have shifted their current operations to help combat COVID-19. The following companies have donated or retooled operations to help offer aid during this challenging time. SEMA Members who’ve altered operations or donated medical supplies in response of COVID-19 can submit information to membergoodnews@sema.org.

PPE Diesel

PPE Diesel is providing automotive parts and service to first responders, healthcare professionals, automotive repair shops and people who rely on their vehicles to get to the pharmacy or grocery store.

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Fab Fours

Fab Fours has donated over 200 PPE/Sneeze Guards to the 4Wheel Parts stores.

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Bosch

In the fight against coronavirus, Bosch has now turned its hand to the fully automated production of face masks. Following a coordinated ramp-up that will run until the end of June, the company will make more than half a million masks a day on five production lines at four locations worldwide.

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Polaris Inc

Several facilities are 3D printing frames for face shields to aid local medical communities.

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Stratasys

Stratasys, along with partners across the globe, have come together to combat COVID-19 by producing 3D printed face shields.

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Dinsmore Inc

Dinsmore Inc. is 3D printing masks and assembling face shields to protect first responders.

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IPC - Indy Performance Composites

IPC is manufacturing face masks with 3D printing in partnership with Stratasys to assist with PPE shortage for medical staff.

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Don Schumacher Racing

Don Schumacher Motorsports converted two Stratasys 3D printers to manufacture headband components for medical face shields.

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Javelin Technologies Inc.

Javelin Technologies Inc. partnered with Sunnybrook Research Institute to develop, manufacture, and rapidly-deploy Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

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Safelite

Safelite donated medical supplies to two local Columbus, Ohio, hospitals: Nationwide Children’s and OhioHealth. Each hospital received 200,000 latex gloves and 1,000 N95 face masks.

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Team Penske

Team Penske, along with Stratasys, produced over 500 3D printed face shields in their shop.

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Mobile Electronics

Mobile Electronics retooled operation to make hundreds of face shields for healthcare workers as well as the general public. Many face shields were donated to healthcare workers at Yale-New Haven Health.

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Jay Leno's Garage

Jay Leno’s Garage devoted Leno’s birthday month of April to produce Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for first responders and health care workers. Leno’s Garage is operating 24 hours a day.

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OK4WD

OK4WD is giving free labor toward vehicle maintenance, at-cost replacement parts, and deep discounts on tires to healthcare professionals and front line workers to help them keep their cars and trucks on the road so they can keep fighting COVID-19.

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Truck Hero

Truck Hero announced five of the company’s manufacturing facilities have been retooled to produce face masks, face shields, isolation gowns and plastic barriers.

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Maxxsonics USA

Maxxsonics USA has now donated more than 25,000 masks and gloves across the Midwest offering assistance and support to those in need towards the battle against COVID-19.

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Martin & Company

Martin & Company (M&C) is responding to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic with a free marketing stimulus package. For a limited time through July 31, businesses will be able to receive a research-based, digital marketing analysis and direct sales consultation.

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