Pentagon Picks 3M, Honeywell, Owens & Minor to Make N95 Masks

April 20  

Via Bloomberg

“Under the contracts 3M will receive $76 million; Halyard, the Owens & Minor unit, will get $29 million; and Honeywell will receive $27.4 million.”

“With the medical-grade masks seen as critical resources in short supply because of the pandemic, the Pentagon has already contributed 10 million of the face coverings from its own stockpiles.”

Get the details on 3M’s new contract with the Department of Defense


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