The coronavirus pandemic has lead to helplessness of the nations across the world. Not just the human resource but the medical equipments aren’t enough to tackle the situation.
The rapidly spreading virus has claimed atleast 7,978 lives in Britain and almost 100,000 worldwide.
But now, the confectionery giant Cadbury is doing its bit , in a fight against the virus.
Mondelez International has joined forces with engineering company 3P Innovation to help produce thousands of visors to for the staff of NHS.
These visors will be made using 3D printing technology , which is normally used to make chocolate sculptures at the food manufacturer’s factory.
Earlier, Cadbury’s Bournville factory also helped in making gas masks, jerrycans, service respirators and aeroplane parts for Spitfires and Lancaster Bombers for the Second World War.
Louise Stigant, UK managing director at Mondelez International, said that he feels extremely proud that their research and food engineering teams contribute to the nation by adopting creative ways to re-purpose their chocolate making skills and technology.
He also stated that by working in partnership with 3P and other businesses , scaling their operations would save the people who protected us from the outbreak.
3P innovation has already delivered the first visors to a Warwickshire NHS clinic and will be scaling up its operations, with the aim of making and delivering up to 10,000 units every week.