Textile Based Companies Could Take Advantage Of COVID-19 Outbreak Since Face Masks In Shortage

Demands for cotton, nylon and other cloth related raw materials of face masks drive their prices higher as the manufacturers are in rush to meet enormous demand from protective users from all over the world. The first country to be in shortage of face masks has been China and now entire Europe needs them for about 750 million people.

One time use face masks can be worn maximum one day because of cheap price. However, people want washable masks to use multiple times. Therefore, highly-priced but quality masks could save more money and open a very huge opportunity for investors. Authorities do not exactly know when the outbreak will end. Maybe, within three months? Quick responsive manufacturers make a big step to organize their production capacity.

Smart investors already have put their funds into a face mask and sanitary glove-making ventures to run a business that makes quick profits from the pandemic. Even toilet papers are run out of stocks in supermarkets in Europe.

Alex Krakowsky

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