Judger was founded in 1993 and has 24 years’ experience producing high quality wool suits. It has a modern, 30,000-square-meter industrial park with an annual production for wool suits of one million sets.
How did you manage to switch your production lines and production processes?
After obtaining official approval, Judger immediately contacted various resources to establish the mask production line. Those we chose had to be serious about implementing virus prevention and control measures, such as recording workers’ temperatures every day and disinfecting production workshops and other public spaces. For our part, we had to ensure that the masks we produced met quality requirements and that we could produce fast enough to meet the community’s needs.
What challenges did you face?
During the COVID-19 outbreak in China, there were a limited amount of workers in Wenzhou and they were restricted to labor-intensive manufacturing. Manual cutting obviously could not keep up with the booming demand for masks.
Also, as one of the leading enterprises in Wenzhou City, Judger was under great pressure and had to abide by mandatory Corporate Social Responsibility programs to help the government fulfil the high demand for masks and personal protective equipment (PPE).
How many masks are you currently producing?
So far, we have produced 100,000 masks. We are using three of our five sewing lines for making masks. Now that Covid-19 has been brought under control in China, we will continue producing PPE to help people and customers overseas.