(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- Chino, Apr 3, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Starting early in the year, Energetic Lighting ordered 10,000 Level-3 Surgical Masks for the purpose of donating them to COVID-19 healthcare relief efforts in the U.S.
Yankon Industries Vice President Tong Chen and Sr. Business Manager Jaclyn Lupeitu’u presented Mc Kinney Mayor George Fuller, and City Manager Paul Grimes, as well as Fire Chief Danny Kistner with 10,000 masks through MEDC – McKinney Economic Development Corporation.
We are part of the community and as such Yankon Lighting wanted to support the true heroes of this fight.” explains Yankon Lighting Vice President Tong Chen. “Medical personnel and first responders need all the protection and support we can give them, no one can do it on their own. It takes a community effort”
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For over 45 years, Energetics’ factory and Parent Yankon Industries has always strived to stay on the leading edge of lighting technology and manufacturing, bringing high-quality products to the global lighting market. Its automated factories sit at the core of Energetic Lighting, playing the essential role of supplying the constant stream of products Energetic supplies to the market.
Energetics’ factory constantly maintains the balance between production speed and quality control. Energetic Lighting’s manufacturing sites work closely with all its global offices such as McKinney warehouse and office. Energetic Headquarters is in Chino, California with warehouses in CA, GA, and McKinney Texas.
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