Razer, a global gaming brand, has been active in helping in the fight against the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Now, Razer has announced that it has managed to complete Singapore’s first fully automated mask production. This task was completed in just 24 days, which is ahead of its 30-day target set by Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan.
The mask production has begun and will be able to manufacture up to 5 million masks per month with the capability to be scaled up in the future. Unlike other mask manufacturers, Razer’s masks are manufacture in an ISO 13485 certified controlled environment the masks produced will be certified according to local and international standards.
Sponsors such as Frasers Property, JustCo and PBA Group have each committed US$50,000 upfront for the initial shipments of masks from the line in support of Razer’s efforts. Many other potential sponsors have since reached out and interested parties in supporting the Made in Singapore masks are encouraged to reach out to Razer via: www.razer.com/campaigns/razerforlife