By Rachel Tatum
SEMA-member companies are known for being innovative and adaptive, and the recent economic disruption has shown this to be true. Many companies have quickly pivoted from their core operations to developing personal protective equipment (PPE) to help combat the Coronavirus.
From manufacturing face masks and face shields to hand sanitizer and cleaning products, companies have adjusted to market needs quickly and efficiently. In addition to donating products to first line workers, some companies are making their products available to other SEMA members who’s offices are reopening and may be in need of PPE.
Visit SEMA’s Business Reopening Updates and Resources Page to see how SEMA members are innovating, and if their product is available to other SEMA member companies. SEMA members making and/or selling PPE are invited to submit their information to be included on the list by emailing email@example.com or visiting www.sema.org/corona-updates/sema-members-making-a-difference.html.