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Major Japanese manufacturers to begin producing sanitizing products in U.S., Europe

  • April 2, 2020
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NHK reported that major Japanese cosmetics manufacturer Shiseido and beverage maker Suntory will produce sanitizers at their factories in the U.S. and Europe to provide them to the medical institutions there that are facing a shortage of such products. According to the network, Shiseido began producing sanitizing products at its factory in France from March 27 at the request of the French government. The cosmetics maker will also begin manufacturing the products at its factory in the U.S. from April 6 and will provide them to medical institutions there for free. The network also reported that Suntory will begin producing sanitizing products at its whiskey distillery in Kentucky as early as this week at the request of the local government and will provide them to medical institutions there. The network said neither of the companies are planning to produce sanitizers in Japan.

 

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