NZI Helmets Starts Manufacturing Protective Visors to Fight Against Coronavirus
The Spanish helmet company has adapted its production line
NZI Helmets started manufacturing protective visors for health workers and police that are fighting against the Coronavirus.
"We have adapted our production line to manufacture a screen to avoid contacts and we will donate the first 300 units to the Murciano Health Service, municipal police and nursing homes, among others", announced NZI Helmets on their official Facebook account.
NZI Helmets is a historic brand in Spain, that started producing helmets back in 1983. The shift in the production line comes in the Coronavirus context. Spain is one of the hardest-hit states in the world.
The Corona virus pandemic already closed important motorcycle production sites, such as the BMW factory in Berlin, the Ducati factory in Italy, KTM's Mattighofen plant and Yamaha's European operations.
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