Perform Group LLC, a Class A cut-and-sew manufacturing company located in York, Pennsylvania, has shifted its production in response to COVID-19. Known for designing and manufacturing dance wear and gymnastics apparel under the Curtain Call Costumes® and Alpha Factor® respective brands, the company quickly began to prototype healthcare apparel following the statewide shutdown in mid-March. Last month, after receiving a waiver from the state, it successfully converted manufacturing to support the healthcare supply chain with items such as face masks, scrubs, patient gowns and hospital linens. Today, the company is expanding its production to allow for greater volume of protective face masks designed for everyday safety of all workforces now following CDC guidelines.
CEO Tighe King, who is also a U.S. Air Force veteran, called upon his associates to act responsibly and do their part in winning the war against this ‘invisible enemy’ by protecting those both on the front lines and the general public.
In addition to being able to bring back the own company’s recently furloughed employees, the recently launched division, being called Perform Medical™, is creating new jobs at the East Prospect manufacturing facility. The company looks to fill 30 – 90 new sewing positions. While some sewing experience is preferred, the company is willing to train. Candidates selected for this role will have the opportunity to train under an experienced sewing master. Interested candidates can apply online or call the HR department at 717-849-5097.
Companies and businesses in need of purchasing protective face masks should contact Bob Geisenberger at email@example.com. Currently, Perform Group LLC is manufacturing, among other related products, a white, washable, two-layer, knit face mask with exceptional breathability and an ultra-soft feel. Lead times vary.
For more information, please visit PerformGroupLLC.com.
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